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Following more than 10 years in office, LaRue County Sheriff Bobby Shoffner has announced his intent to retire.
The county’s Chief Deputy Russell McCoy confirmed Shoffner’s pending retirement Monday but made no further comment.
As of Monday morning, Judge-Executive Tommy Turner said he had not received a notice of retirement or resignation from Shoffner.
Kentucky law stipulates the county appoints a replacement in the event of an early retirement or resignation of an elected official.
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