Troy Looking For New Police Chief

Allen Dye will serve as the interim chief when Robert McLeod steps down

By Justin Franz

The city of Troy is looking for a new leader for its police department after Chief Robert McLeod announced plans to retire earlier this year. McLeod will leave the department next month after six years.

Until a replacement is found, Allen Dye will serve as the interim chief.

Dye has a varied resume and has been a sheriff’s deputy and Troy’s city judge. Dye was appointed by the city council last week and will be sworn in on May 1.

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