RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Gov. Pat McCrory has announced his choices to run three North Carolina law enforcement agencies.
Col. William J. Grey of Cary is taking over command of the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
FBI agent Gregory K. Baker of Raleigh has been chosen as director of Alcohol Law Enforcement. The agency enforces the state's alcohol, tobacco, lottery and gambling laws.
Clayton Police Chief Glen B. Allen has been chosen as head of the State Capitol Police. The agency provides security for workers and visitors at the state government complex in downtown Raleigh. The agency has been without a permanent chief since last summer, when Chief Scott Hunter died.
All three men were sworn into office during ceremonies in the old Capitol.