La Vergne Has a New Police Chief

Jul 01, 2011 at 04:36 pm by bryan

Ted Boyd is out as police chief in La Vergne. City spokeswoman Kathy Tyson told Channel 4 news...

Boyd, who was named chief of police in 2007, spoke with Channel 4's Larry Flowers about his dismissal...

Lt. Kyle Norrod has been appointed as the interim chief of police for La Vergne. He started with the La Vergne Police Department 14 years ago. Norrod began as a patrol officer in 1997, was promoted to investigator, and was named lieutenant in 2008. As lieutenant he served as commander of all investigations, as well as evidence, boat patrol, and crime suppression.

City Administrator Steve Mayer said, “Lieutenant Norrod is highly respected by the entire police department. I am confident in his ability to guide our force and to protect the citizens of our community.”

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