Thiensville selects Kleppin
Capt. Curtis Kleppin of the Watertown Police Department has been selected to become police chief of the Thiensville Police Department, pending normal background and health testing.
Kleppin has been on the force for 24 years.
He was one of three finalists for the position of police chief of the local department after the former Police Chief Tim Roets retired after 36 years with the department. Robert Kaminski was selected chief of police and recently began his new position.
Kleppin will be succeeding Chief of Police Scott Nicholson, who will be retiring at the beginning of next year.