Unlike our county attorney, at least this public official has the integrity to resign. Lets hope Deputy Sanow can get his life back on track.

Minnesota deputy resigns following drunken-driving charges

PUBLISHED: February 7, 2017 at 8:07 am | UPDATED: February 7, 2017 at 8:27 pm

PIPESTONE, Minn. — A southwestern Minnesota sheriff’s deputy has resigned after he was charged the drunken driving and possessing a gun while intoxicated.

Pipestone County Deputy Jeff Sanow reached an agreement with the county that ends an internal investigation into his possible involvement in two hit-and-run accidents in Jasper last August.
County administrator Sharon Hanson told KSFY the agreement benefits both Sanow as well as Pipestone County. It was negotiated by a labor attorney and Sanow’s union representative. It pays some benefits, including health insurance for a limited amount of time, his remaining 206 hours of unused vacation time and nearly $4,800 in severance pay.

Sanow has not been convicted of the charges against him. He was an 11-year veteran of the Pipestone County Sheriff’s Office.

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