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Ex-sheriff considers possibility of running for old job

Reported by: Jeff Gillan
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Updated: 9/05/2013 6:43 am
LAS VEGAS (KSNV -- The race for Clark County sheriff already has two candidates now that the incumbent Doug Gillespie said he's not running again.

Bobby Gronauer plans to run and former candidate and Metro officer Laurie Bisch said she's making another try at becoming the county's top cop.

We may learn soon whether assistant Sheriff Ted Moody, who announced his retirement, will run for Sheriff.

There's another name being mentioned -- former Sheriff Bill Young, who left after one term in office and is currently the head of security for Station Casinos.

Young is very clear. He loves his job as head of security for Station Casinos, but he's thinking about running.

He says his private sector experience would give him a fresh perspective especially when it comes to the biggest controversy Metro faces -- officer-involved shootings.

News 3's Jeff Gillan asks him about this and other topics in this candid conversation.



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