Thursday, April 12, 2007

Search For Police Chief Narrowed To Four Finalists

The search for a new Kenly Police chief has been narrowed to four finalists. Among them is acting Police Chief Josh Gibson. Town Manager Scott Shelton is expected to make a decision on a new chief in a matter of days. The Kenly Town Council met in closed session this week interviewing the finalists. The board recently sought the input of a citizen’s advisory committee on selecting a chief. Gibson has been the interim chief of police in Kenly since former chief David Mangum was fired last year for allegedly misusing a town issued credit card. Mangum was later arrested by the SBI on criminal charges.


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