Governor throws out complaint against Stark County sheriff
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Wednesday dismissed a request to oust Stark County Sheriff Clarence Tuhy from his elected position, according to a report released by the governor's office.
Over the course of two days last month, 20 witnesses -- including past and present employees -- testified on allegations that Tuhy had created a hostile work environment, among a number of complaints, in a hearing before William Hodny, a retired state district judge.
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