ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Former Albuquerque Police Department Chief Ray Schultz's has spent his last official day on the city payroll.
He retired as chief on Aug. 3 but stayed on as a consultant for another month. That month ended Friday.
Deputy Chief Allen Banks is serving as interim chief with the search for a permanent chief on hold until after the Oct. 8 mayor election.
Schultz started with APD in 1982 and left amid controversy over police shootings and a federal investigation of the department.
On Friday night he tweeted a thank you to Albuquerque for allowing him to serve for more than 30 years.
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