After 35 years with the department, Rob Knox is retiring April 6 as chief of the Zionsville Police Department. His career has spanned 40 years, including several years with the drug task force. He started his career with the Lebanon Police Department, began working in the reserves of Zionsville, and the rest, as they say, is history. Knox grew up in Advance and graduated from Western Boone High School. He was a journeyman pipefitter who caught the law enforcement bug. On April 6, Knox plans to address the Zionsville Town Council before he leaves. He is offering help to new Mayor Emily Styron to the extent she wants the help. He said he wanted to work the first quarter of 2020 before stepping down, primarily to help during the transition to a new mayor for Zionsville. He isn’t exactly sure what he plans to say during the meeting, but he will thank the community for his opportunity. More details in the Lebanon Reporter.