Scott Grant, left, then interim chief, talks with City Administrator Flip Hutfles at the city council meeting in December. Grant was selected for the top job at the police department at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
Scott Grant named Lancaster police chief

The Lancaster City Council on Tuesday night chose Capt. Scott Grant as the city's next police chief.
Grant, 51, who has worked at the Lancaster Police Department since 1998, received the unanimous vote of the city council. He had served as interim chief since the retirement of Chief Harlean Carter late last year. She endorsed him for the job and told city council that he was the choice of the department's rank and file.