(KENDALLVILLE) – A familiar face has been put in charge of the Kendallville Police Department.
Thursday afternoon Kendallville Mayor SuzAnne Handshoe appointed Detective Sergeant Lance Waters as the new Police Chief for the City. He takes over for Rob Wiley who is retiring.
Waters has been with the Kendallville Police for 20 years. He will begin his new duties May 1.
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