Oro Valley residents have a new deputy chief of police, who will also serve as acting chief while Daniel Sharpe continues to perform the duties of interim town manager.
Aaron Le Suer is taking over the position of former Deputy Chief Larry Stevens, who retired Friday after 32 years with the Oro Valley Police Department.
Le Suer was appointed interim chief of police Monday and will hold the post until Sharpe returns to the department.
Le Suer began his career in law enforcement nearly 29 years ago when he entered the academy and signed on with OVPD as reserve officer, he said in an interview with the Star.
He climbed his way up the ranks and worked in several different divisions over the years, including DUI, undercover, SWAT, narcotics and office of professional standards. LeSuer also served as an adviser to the Explorer program, which is for…