Former U-M police Chief Ken Magee not picked for Wayland's top cop job
Ken Magee, the former University of Michigan police chief, was not chosen as Wayland's police chief, MLive.com reports.
Steven Harper, commander of the Michigan State Police Wayland post, ultimately was chosen as the next police chief. Kevin Lenkart, a retired shift lieutenant for the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety, also was a candidate, according to the story.
Magee resigned from U-M in November 2010 after signing a settlement agreement that paid him a year of sick leave, AnnArbor.com previously reported. He was paid $182,000. He later opened a magic shop on East Liberty Street in Ann Arbor.
The new Wayland chief will be paid $60,000 per year, plus benefits, the story said.