LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Sean Holdiness is the new Louisville police chief.
He was sworn into office Tuesday before a Board of Aldermen meeting.
Holdiness announced the new position in May and met with the Board of Aldermen members.
He replaces L.M. Claiborne, the previous police chief, who retired after four decades in law enforcement.
Holdiness retired from the Mississippi Highway Patrol and currently serves as a lieutenant colonel in the Mississippi Air National Guard.
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