The new captain for the Crescenta Valley
Sheriff’s Station will take the helm on Sunday.
Above is a picture of Capt. Bill Song, newly assigned to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
Capt. Bill Song grew up in Crescenta Valley and attended Crescenta Valley High School.
Below is a CV Sheriff’s Station statement released Thursday afternoon concerning Captain Bill Song:
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff Station is pleased to announce that effective Sunday May 5, 2013, Captain Bill Song will assume command as the Station Captain. Captain Song was previously assigned as the Executive Aide to Assistant Sheriff Cecil Rhambo. Captain Song has 22 years experience with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
“I am very excited to take command of the Crescenta Valley Station and to work alongside all the dedicated personnel at the station to provide quality service to the very supportive communities served by the Crescenta Valley Station.” Captain Bill Song
Below is the story originally published in CVW Thursday morning:
The Crescenta Valley community has been waiting to hear who will fill the position of captain at Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. It was announced over a month ago that Capt. Dave Silversparre, who has served at the CV Station for five years, would be moving on to the LASD Communications and Fleet Management Bureau. Since that announcement, LASD has been in the process of conducting interviews to fill the position.
Capt. Bill Song has been announced as the new captain for CV Station, said Steve Whitmore, LASD spokesman.
Song has recently been serving in the office of Assistant Sheriff Cecil Rhambo.