Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer asks protesters to disperse after a May 2016 rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Selland Arena. Mayor Lee Brand and Dyer have agreed that the chief will remain on the job until October 2019.
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer asks protesters to disperse after a May 2016 rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Selland Arena. Mayor Lee Brand and Dyer have agreed that the chief will remain on the job until October 2019. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer asks protesters to disperse after a May 2016 rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Selland Arena. Mayor Lee Brand and Dyer have agreed that the chief will remain on the job until October 2019. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Dyer will remain Fresno’s police chief until October 2019

January 25, 2017 05:08 PM

UPDATED January 26, 2017 04:52 PM

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