Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Will R. Glaspy began his career with DEA in 1987 in the Dallas Division. After graduating from DEA’s training academy in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Glaspy was assigned to the San Diego Field Division and served in the San Diego Narcotic Task Force and the Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team. In 1995 he was reassigned to the Eagle Pass Resident Office and in 1997 was promoted to the position of Resident Agent in Charge (RAC), responsible for all enforcement, intelligence and administrative operations of the office. In 2001, Mr. Glaspy transferred to DEA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. as a Staff Coordinator in the Public Affairs Section of DEA’s Office of Congressional and Public Affairs, and was promoted to the position of Section Chief of the Public Affairs Section in 2003. In this position Mr. Glaspy was responsible for media inquiries, the expansion and content of DEA’s internal and external websites, and researching and developing speeches and remarks delivered by DEA’s Administrator, Deputy Administrator and Executive Staff.
In 2004, Mr. Glaspy was transferred to the Houston Division/McAllen District Office as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) where he was in charge of DEA operations in McAllen, Brownsville and Corpus Christi, Texas. In this position he focused DEA’s investigative efforts on Mexican Cartels and cases that had an impact within the local communities. In March of 2014, Mr. Glaspy was promoted to DEA’s Senior Executive Service as the Special Agent in Charge of the El Paso Division where he was responsible for DEA operations in New Mexico and West Texas. In September 2017, Mr. Glaspy was transferred to his current position of Special Agent in Charge of the Houston Division.
SAC Glaspy is a native Texan and graduated from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration.