LEBANON, Ore. (AP) -- Lebanon Police Chief Thorvald Dahle is resigning effective Friday after less than 10 months on the job.
In a letter to the city manager, Dahle said he is re-examining his professional career and what is best for his family.
The Albany Democrat-Herald reports Dahle and his wife, Colleen, who has been working as a substitute teacher, plan to move to Moorhead, Minn. They couple's twin sons are college students in the Midwest.
Dahle spent 23 years with the Fargo, N.D., Police Department before taking the job in Lebanon.
Information from: Albany Democrat-Herald, http://www.dhonline.com