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Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw said a new police chief may be appointed this week.
Last week, the City of Lebanon's interview panel conducted interviews with candidates to become the next chief of police.
The panel included Crenshaw, Lebanon City Attorney Kandice Engle-Gray, Josh McKay, Lisa Nally-Martin and Lebanon City Administrator John O. Thomas.
Thomas said the panel chose to interview the five in-house candidates for the position. Those candidates are Lt. Joseph Bell, Sgt. Wally Brady, Sgt. Elisa McHolen, Sgt. Byron Richardson and Sgt. Greg Young.
The panel elected not to interview the two outside applicants - Alan Riggs, a former member of the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police Department who lives in Campbellsville, and John Riley, the former director of public safety for Center Line, Mich., who lives in Goodells, Mich.