Four Vie to Replace Timoney as Miami Police Chief
November 17, 2009
Miami City Manager Pete Hernandez will interview four candidates early this week to replace outgoing Miami Police Chief John Timoney, with a final decision expected by week's end.
The four candidates: Assistant Chief Adam L. Burden, Assistant Chief Thomas W. Cannon, Maj. Manuel Orosa and Maj. Miguel Exposito, according to Mayor Tomás Regalado. Hernandez has requested personnel files and Internal Affairs profiles to prepare for the interviews.
No outside candidates are being considered. Notably absent from the list, Deputy Chief Frank Fernandez, Timoney's No. 2.
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