By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – LAPD Chief Michel Moore was “in great spirits” Tuesday after police say he drove himself to a hospital because he “was not feeling well.”

Moore, 60, was admitted to County-USC Medical Center Monday night for further testing, according to the LAPD. He was released Tuesday, police said.

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A statement from the department said the chief “is in great spirits and appreciates your well-wishes and support.”

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No additional details were released.

Since joining the LAPD in 1981, Moore has risen through the ranks, becoming a deputy chief in 2004, then assistant chief in 2010.

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After being named first assistant chief in 2016, Moore was sworn in as chief by Mayor Eric Garcetti on in June 2018.