- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 13, 2015

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota’s largest city officially has a new police chief.

Fargo’s City Commission on Monday unanimously approved the selection of Dave Todd. A selection committee last Friday had chosen Todd over two other finalists.

The 49-year-old Todd had served as interim police chief since Keith Ternes stepped down nearly a year ago amid an investigation into alleged morale and disciplinary problems in the department. It culminated when a popular police lieutenant committed suicide.

Todd is a lifelong Fargo resident who has been with the city’s Police Department for nearly three decades. He says now that he’s officially the chief, he’ll move forward with developing a long-term plan for the department.

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