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Pawnee County Sheriff submits resignation
11/08/2019

(KLZA)-- Following  an executive session with the Pawnee  County Commissioners Tuesday, Sheriff Jayme Reed submitted her resignation, effective December 31, 2019.

In her letter of resignation, Sheriff Reed said she is grateful for the support of the residents of the Pawnee  County for the past 15 years with the department. She says she feels it is time for her to move on and give another person the opportunities that she has been so fortunate to enjoy.

Reed was elected Sheriff in November 2006, and was one of two women elected to serve as a Sheriff in Nebraska that year, which was the first time a woman had been elected Sheriff in Nebraska.

Commissioners voted to accept the resignation with regret.

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