DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas’ next police chief isn’t from North Texas, but by the looks of his Twitter account on Christmas Day, his family is looking forward to the move.
Chief Eddie Garcia, whose hiring the city announced on Wednesday, Dec. 23, posted photos showing his kids wearing Dallas Cowboy Ceedee Lamb #88 jerseys.READ MORE: Parkland's Chief Medical Officer Says Those Who've Received J&J COVID-19 Vaccine Shouldn't Worry
— Chief Eddie Garcia (Ret.) (@sjpdchief) December 25, 2020
Chief Garcia posted a picture of himself wearing a #22 jersey.READ MORE: Irving's MacArthur High School Went On Lockdown For 6 Hours Due To 'Possible Threat Of Student With Gun'; No Gun Was Found
I’m a little more old school. 🤷🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/i4nRlxUxlg
— Chief Eddie Garcia (Ret.) (@sjpdchief) December 26, 2020
Garcia retired earlier this month as chief of police in San Jose, California.
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