LANCASTER — Five-and-a-half years after he joined the department, Jonathan Woodworth has been named the new Lancaster Police Chief. Following a lengthy interview the week before, Woodworth was confirmed by the Select Board on Monday. Select Board Chair Leon Rideout said that Woodworth, the only internal candidate for the job, would bring continuity to the position. Woodworth spent 14 years in the Navy before embarking on a law enforcement career. He replaces former Chief Tim Charbonneau, who retired on Sept. 5.
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