The City of Piedmont has tapped a retired Livermore officer to serve as interim police captain until a new police chief is found.
Scott Trudeau — who served 27 years at the before retiring as captain in 2011 — will serve up to six months in his new role at the Piedmont Police Department. Although he's already on the job, he will be officially sworn in Monday at a 2 p.m. ceremony in the City Hall council chambers. Officer David Cutler will be sworn in at the same time.
Piedmont's police chief, John M. Hunt, retired on June 30, and Capt. Scott Wyatt is serving as interim police chief. Trudeau is handling Wyatt's duties as captain.
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