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    Charles Rumsey, a sergeant with the Waterville Police Department at the time, was photographed in 2002 after he was named policeman of the year by Waterville Exchange Club.

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    Waterville police detective Charles Rumsey in 2001 takes a fingerprint from the New Beginnings Church of God after it was burgled as Jacob Imes, 10, the minister's son, watches. It was one of three local churches burglarized by the same man in one night, according to reports at the time. Rumsey, now deputy chief, leaves Wednesday after 21 years on the job to become chief in Cumberland.

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    Charles Rumsey's 1995 Waterville Police Department rookie photo. Rumsey, now deputy chief, becomes chief in Cumberland next week after 21 years with the Waterville department.

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    Deputy Chief Chip Rumsey, right facing, stands with officers outside KeyBank on Kennedy Memorial Drive after a 2013 robbery. Rumsey has seen it all in his 21 years on the force, he said Tuesday. He becomes chief in Cumberland next week.

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    Police Chief Joseph Massey, right, speaks to reporters in December during a night-long standoff as Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey listens in background. Rumsey is leaving this week to become police chief in Cumberland after 21 years in Waterville.

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    Waterville Police Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey, left, and officer Cameron Huggins look at a computer screen with dispatcher Addie Gilman on Tuesday.

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    Waterville Police Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey, left, speaks with Detective Sgt. Bill Bonney at the department on Tuesday. Rumsey will become the new police chief of Cumberland and Bonney will fill Rumsey's position as deputy chief.

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    Waterville Police Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey laughs while sharing a story Tuesday, a day before he leaves the department after 21 years to become police chief in Cumberland.

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