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Madison's next police chief could be named Friday

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Sgt. Mike Koval Sgt. Mike Koval
Capt. Carl Gloede Capt. Carl Gloede
MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison's next police chief could be named Friday night.

The city's Police and Fire Commission (PFC) has a special meeting set for 5:15 p.m. On the agenda is a line that says "candidate evaluation and possible appointment."

The search is down to two finalists, both currently with the police department. They are Sgt. Mike Koval and Capt. Carl Gloede.

Commission members also met on Monday. After that meeting, the attorney for the PFC sent out a statement, which said a new chief could be picked within 10 days.

The police department has been searching for a replacement for former chief Noble Wray since Wray's retirement last year. Assistant Chief Randy Gaber has served as the interim chief during the search for Wray's successor.

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