Theres a new chief in town, Arnold to fill position

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CITY OF LEBANON COMMUNICATIONS

Bryan Arnold has been appointed as the new chief of police for the Lebanon Police Department.
The Lebanon City Council confirmed Mayor Jared Carr’s choice for the chief’s position during the council’s regular meeting  Monday night.
Arnold, a Lebanon resident, is currently serving as a criminal investigator assigned to Troop I, of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. He will retire from the MSHP in November with 25 years of law enforcement experience. Before beginning his career with the MSHP, Arnold served as a military intelligence officer in the United States Army. He has an associate degree in criminal justice, an associate degree in missile and munitions technology, a bachelor’s degree in business administration and is a graduate of the MSHP Academy.

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