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|Hedrick choice for Ferriday police chief|
Ferriday Mayor-elect Glen McGlothin said today (Wednesday) that he will appoint Kenneth Hedrick of Ferriday as the new police chief.
Hedrick has 39 years experience in law enforcement.
"That's who will be recommended to the town council," said McGlothin.
Hedrick, 59, previously served with the Ferriday Police Department for almost 13 years and as police chief almost half that time.
He left the job in 1981 to work as an agent with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries (LW&F). He recently retired from LW&F as a lieutenant.
"I'm extremely excited to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of Ferriday once again," Hedrick said. "Over the next four years I plan to focus on decreasing the number of burglaries and thefts within our town and strike hard on the area drug dealers.
"My staff and I are looking forward to working diligently and cooperatively with the Mayor and Board of Aldermen as well as with all the area law enforcement agencies."
Meanwhile, McGlothin says he is narrowing down his choices for town clerk, while he recently announced that Anna Brakenridge will serve as town attorney.
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