Popular radio host seeks more insight into Clark County Today’s report of missing Internal Affairs documents, including those of sheriff candidate John Horch, at the Prosecuting Attorney’s office
Clark County Today Editor Ken Vance was a guest on the Lars Larson Lars Larson Radio Show Monday to discuss Friday’s story about missing Internal Affairs documents at the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Clark County Today reported that between 30 and 60 boxes of original Internal Affairs documents were provided to the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in 2013 and 2014 that included details of performance issues by current Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) Chief Criminal Deputy John Horch.
Listen to Lars interview the Clark County Today editor here:
Audio courtesy The Lars Larson Show Northwest Podcast • FM NEWS 101 KXL
https://www.larslarson.com/ • https://www.kxl.com/shows/lars-larson-show/
Clark County Today learns of as many as 60 boxes of Internal Affairs documents provided to Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in 2013-2014
Clark County Today has learned that between 30 and 60 boxes of original Internal Affairs documents were provided to the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in 2013...Read more
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