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PHOENIX -- The FBI has announced the appointment of a new special agent in charge of the federal law enforcement agency's Phoenix Division.

The new special agent in charge is Douglas G. Price. He most recently headed a section in the Human Resources Division at FBI headquarters in Washington.

Price began his FBI career in Las Cruces, N.M., and he later worked in Los Angeles. His work there included temporary assignments on teams assigned to two Olympics. His FBI career has included counterterrorism work and service in Iraq.

The FBI headquarters' press office declined to release any information about the Phoenix Division's previous special agent in charge, James Turgal, and referred a reporter to the Phoenix office.

Phoenix office spokesman Manuel Johnson did not immediately respond to a request for information.

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