Lynn McDonald

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Lynn McDonald is a retired officer from the Birmingham Police Department and was the chief of the Kimberly Police Department.


After retiring from the Birmingham police force, McDonald joined the Argo Police Department. In 1999, as one of three full-time police officers in the department, McDonald was promoted to being a shift commander. The following year found him working for the Morris Police Department, where he became a sergeant before being hired as Kimberly's police chief in July 2001. McDonald resigned from the post on November 16th of that year.

Preceded by:
Chief of Kimberly Police Department
Succeeded by:
Kim Emerson


  • "Lee, McDonald earn promotions to lieutenant." (June 30, 1999). The Birmingham News.
  • "Tarrant man faces charges after truck chase in towns." (December 15, 2000). The Birmingham News.
  • "Kimberly hires retired officer from Birmingham as police chief." (July 20, 2001). The Birmingham News.