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A New Mexico native, former Albuquerque police officer and 23-year veteran of the FBI is going to be named the second-highest ranking agent in that law enforcement agency, according to multiple news reports.
David Bowdich, a senior official leading the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, is expected to replace FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who abruptly retired this week after clashing with the White House.
Bowdich, the son of former Bernalillo County Sheriff Joe Bowdich, began his law enforcement career with the Albuquerque Police Department in 1991 after graduating from New Mexico State University. He worked as a field services officer and detective before joining the FBI in 1995.