LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Sean Holdiness met with members of the Louisville Police Department on Wednesday after aldermen approved his appointment of police chief at a regular board meeting Tuesday night.
Holdiness is retiring as a senior staff sergeant with the Mississippi Highway Patrol and continues to serve as lieutenant colonel of the Mississippi Air National Guard.
The current police chief of Louisville, L.M. Claiborne, retires at the end of June.
A date has not been set for Holdiness to start as police chief.
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