COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Columbus is now looking for a new assistant police chief.
Today, the city issued a news release stating Edrick C. Hall, Jr., resigned from the position this morning.
He served as assistant chief for just more than two weeks. Hall has decided to return to Indianola, Miss., as police chief.
The Indianola City Council voted Monday evening to ask Hall to remain as chief of police, the position he held before coming to Columbus.
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