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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Ind. Gov't. - AG-Elect Curtis Hill apoints another prosecutor to be Deputy AG

Updating this ILB post from Nov. 17th, the Lawrenceberg JournalPress reports:

Dearborn and Ohio County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard announced during the Dearborn County Council meeting Tuesday night, Nov. 22, that he will be leaving his position as county prosecutor to serve as chief deputy for state attorney general-elect Curtis Hill starting Monday, Jan. 9.

Republican Hill was elected as the new attorney general during the Tuesday, Nov. 8, general election over Democrat Lorenzo Arredondo. Hill served as prosecutor for Elkhart County.

Negangard was originally appointed county prosecutor in 2006, when then-prosecutor Sally Blankenship was appointed by past Gov. Mitch Daniels to serve as judge for the newly-created Dearborn County Superior Court No. 2. He was elected to the postion later that same year. He served as a deputy prosecutor and chief deputy prosecutor since 1997. He was last elected in 2014.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on November 23, 2016 10:21 AM
Posted to Indiana Government