Former Montgomery Co. Police Chief to Head Capitol Police

WASHINGTON (AP) — AP sources: Former Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger selected to head Capitol Police in aftermath of Jan. 6 insurrection.  Manger retired as chief in the county in 2019 after serving in that position for 15 years. He is the second longest-serving police chief behind James S. McAuliffe, who served from 1955 until 1971.  Manger would replace Yogananda Pittman, who has been servicing as Acting Chief of  the Capitol Police since shortly after the insurrection.