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Other veteran sheriffs also leaving office

Published 02/16/2011, The Daily Republic

KENNEBEC — Back when Don Manger first started in law enforcement, he used notebooks, batons and carried a .38-caliber Smith and Wesson gun.
A decade into the 21st century, computers, .40-caliber automatic Glocks and Tasers are the tools or weapons of choice.
Manger, 69, who has spent 35 years in law enforcement, is trading his career for the leisure of a fishing pole and an old 1957 Chevy to restore. He was elected Lyman County sheriff in fall 1998.

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