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Fair Grove Leaders Sift Through Audit, Choose New Police Chief

FAIR GROVE, Mo. -- Fair Grove city leaders are sifting through a 300-page law enforcement audit tonight.
FAIR GROVE, Mo. -- Fair Grove city leaders are sifting through a 300-page law enforcement audit tonight.

The Board of Aldermen asked Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott to look at law enforcement operations in light of recent budget problems. The sheriff presented his findings to the aldermen Tuesday night.

While we don't know specifics of the report, the sheriff did tell KOLR10 News that it looks at law enforcement training, functionality and personnel, among other things.

After a closed session, the board then named Adam Mallory as police chief.
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