Bradley 'Grant' Mendenhall Named Special Agent in Charge of Indianapolis Division
WASHINGTON, DC—FBI Director Christopher A. Wray has named Bradley “Grant” Mendenhall as the special agent in charge of the Indianapolis Division. Mr. Mendenhall most recently served as the assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division.
Mr. Mendenhall entered on duty with the FBI as a special agent in 1990 and was first assigned to the Milwaukee Division, Kenosha Resident Agency, where he worked violent crime and gang investigations.
Throughout his career, Mr. Mendenhall has held leadership positions in the Salt Lake City Division, the Washington Field Office, as the FBI on-scene commander in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as the deputy legal attaché in Baghdad, Iraq, as deputy director for law enforcement as the Joint Interagency Task Force-National Capital Region, and in the Counterterrorism Division.
Mr. Mendenhall is an Indiana native and a 1986 Ball State University graduate. He will assume this new role in February.