ANNA, Ohio (WDTN) - Anna residents must wait a little longer to find out the fate of their police chief.
The village council met Tuesday evening to take a vote on the status of Police Chief Scott Evans.
The council decided to extend the chief's administrative leave another two weeks until August 27.
Scott was put on administrative leave last week after the council expressed concerns about his performance.
In a letter to Chief Evans dated August 8, the mayor wrote, "confidence in your professionalism has diminished."
No further comments were made about the leave extension or why the council appears to have lost confidence in Evans.
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