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San Gabriel Valley Digest

Pasadena

October 10, 1985

Six candidates completed two days of interviews this week for the job of Pasadena police chief. The interviews, held on Tuesday and Wednesday, were conducted to find a replacement for Robert McGowan, who retired as police chief in June after more than 30 years on the force.

Candidates for the $65,000-a-year job are: Ronald Nelson, Berkeley police chief; Stanley Knee, a Garden Grove police captain; Frank Patchett, a Los Angeles police captain; David Snowden, chief of police in Baldwin Hills, and Donald Hughes and James Robenson, both Pasadena police commanders. Police sources said that 44-year-old Robenson, the city's highest-ranking black officer, is the favored internal candidate. City Manager Donald McIntyre is expected to make a final selection by the end of this month.

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