Frisone named Aurora’s new police chief

by MIKE LESKO | REPORTER Published:

Aurora — David A. Frisone is the city’s new police chief, succeeding the retiring Seth Riewaldt, Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin announced at City Council’s June 23 meeting.
Frisone is the executive director of the Lake County Narcotics Agency in Painesville and served as police chief in Canal Fulton from 2005 to 2011.
“David was the first choice of all who interviewed him,” Womer Benjamin said. “Not only does he have outstanding law enforcement credentials, but he also has the integrity and personality that will serve the city well. He finished first in the assessments, indicating his competence in an evaluation by his peers.”
He will be paid an annual salary of $90,000, Womer Benjamin indicated.

For more details, see the Advocate's June 25 edition.

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