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  • 'This isn't my first rodeo,' says Bay St. Louis acting police chief

    Matt Issman sat down and talked to the Sun Herald about his new role as acting police chief in Bay St. Louis. Issman has been named the acting police chief in Bay St. Louis during the search for a permanent replacement for Daren Freeman, who submitted his resignation earlier this week. Issman has 44 years of experience in the local, state and federal government.

'This isn't my first rodeo,' says Bay St. Louis acting police chief

Matt Issman sat down and talked to the Sun Herald about his new role as acting police chief in Bay St. Louis. Issman has been named the acting police chief in Bay St. Louis during the search for a permanent replacement for Daren Freeman, who submitted his resignation earlier this week. Issman has 44 years of experience in the local, state and federal government.
Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com