Chula Vista’s Top Cop David Bejarano

Chula Vista’s Top Cop David Bejarano

Chula Vista’s top cop, a man is known throughout the state and nation for his dedication to law enforcement, retired after 35 years of service. While Bejarano has left public service to travel and spend more time with his wife and three grandchildren, he’ll keep many of his volunteer positions and consulting work. He tells us how many of his friends ended up in gangs and prison. Bejarano said he didn’t because his older sisters kept him out of trouble. After graduating from high school he joined the U.S. Marine Corps with a good friend and served three years. He maintained a cross-country relationship with his girlfriend, and the two married after he left the Marine Corps in 1978. Bejarano later joined the San Diego Police Department where he would work for the next 25 years, leaving as police chief.

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