During his 22-year career in law enforcement, Chief Steve Muntz says it's the public service end of his job that has been most gratifying.
Cynthiana Chief of Police Steve Muntz, 48, will be retiring July 31. He has been with the Cynthiana Police Department for 21 years.
He said the most recent satisfying event came following the arrest of man on some minor infraction. While Muntz was processing him for arrest, he said he had the opportunity to witness to him about Jesus Christ.
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