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AR: Arkansas sheriff to resign over hunting violation

August 17, 2014

From StuttgartDailyLeader.com

SHERIDAN Grant County Sheriff Ray Vance announced Friday that he would resign Monday because of his 2010 hunting violation in Kansas, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. But because the charge has been expunged and he is running unopposed, Vance will be re-elected in November and return to the office in January.
Vance entered a no-contest plea on Nov. 3, 2010, to one count of false representation to secure a lifetime Kansas hunting license. In February, a special prosecutor filed a petition to remove Vance from office because he said the misdemeanor crime rose to the level of an "infamous crime," which includes an offense involving the elements of deceit or dishonesty.

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