Furman sworn in as chief.

December 28, 2017

Ryan Furman is sworn in as the new Shelby police chief by Shelby Village Clerk Crystal Budde.
– Contributed photo.

Furman sworn in as chief.

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SHELBY — Ryan Furman was officially sworn in as the new Shelby police chief during the Shelby Village Council meeting Wednesday evening, Dec. 27.

New Shelby Police Chief Ryan Furman receives his pin from wife Marnee during his official swearing-in ceremony.
– Contributed photo.

The council voted unanimously earlier this month to offer the police chief position to Furman, who was a part-time Shelby officer and a full-time officer for the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Department of Public Safety in Manistee.

Furman replaces Terry TenBrink, who retired as police chief last October after 43 1/2 years on the force.

The new chief will be paid an annual salary of $45,000.

Furman has a criminal justice degree from West Shore Community College.

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