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Douglas O'Neal Middleton Jr. is an American football safety for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Appalachian State, and signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2016. Early years and college career[edit]. Middleton attended Parkland High School in ...


Colonel Douglas (Doug) A. Middleton began his career with Henrico County in 1972 when he was sworn in as a Henrico Police Officer. Prior to joining Henrico County Police Division, he was enlisted in the United States Army and served in the Viet Nam war where he earned two Bronze Stars, the Air Medal with V device  ...


Douglas Middleton was appointed as Deputy County Manager for Public Safety January 23, 2016. Prior to this appointment he was chief of police for Henrico Co. (VA) Division of Police. He was with the Henrico County Police Division since 1972, and held many ranks in progression to the role of chief executive officer.


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Aug 17, 2017 ... The New York Jets have officially waived/injured safety Doug Middleton, who suffered a torn pectoral muscle Saturday.


Sep 10, 2014 ... Police Chief Douglas A. Middleton says agencies that have used the cameras have found them an aid in investigations and a way to resolve questions that arise in complaints.


Feb 24, 2015 ... Police Chief Douglas Middleton, the named defendant, urged the Henrico County Board of Supervisors to consider amending the ordinance to prohibit all roadway solicitation while standing or sitting. At a public hearing on the issue, Middleton stated that the number of people soliciting while sitting in ...


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May 7, 2015 ... ... IRS-Criminal Investigation; David M. McGinnis, Acting Inspector in Charge of the Washington Division of the United States Postal Inspection Service; and Douglas A. Middleton, Chief of Henrico Police Division made the announcement after the verdict was accepted by U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson.