The high-profile Harford County Narcotics Task Force, which has had a leading role in investigating illegal opioid traffic in the county and elsewhere in the region, has a new commander.
Harford County Sheriff’s Office Capt. W. Michael Crabbs took over the task force Saturday from Capt. Lee Dunbar, who assumed the role of commander of the Sheriff’s Office’s Criminal Investigations Division.
Dunbar was named commander after the retirement of Capt. James Eyler, who was with the Sheriff’s Office for 30 years, according to Cristie Kahler, director of media relations for the Sheriff’s Office.
Crabbs, who has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 24 years after retiring from...