Barbelet Sworn-In as New Police Chief in Tarrytown
by Rick Pezzullo
For the first time in 23 years, the Village of Tarrytown has a new police chief after Lt. John Barbelet was sworn-in June 19 to succeed retiring Chief Scott Brown.
Barbelet, 48, will earn an annual salary of approximately $172,000 to lead the Police Department, which has 34 full-time sworn officers and five part-time members. Brown had been with the force since 1981 and had been at the helm of the department since 1994.
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