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Brown County Juvenile Detention Center supervisor resigns

ABERDEEN (AP) -- The Brown County Juvenile Detention Center's supervisor has stepped down. The Aberdeen American News reports that Brown County commissioners have accepted the resignation of Amy Harmon. She had worked at the center for two decade...

ABERDEEN (AP) - The Brown County Juvenile Detention Center's supervisor has stepped down.

The Aberdeen American News reports that Brown County commissioners have accepted the resignation of Amy Harmon.

She had worked at the center for two decades. Commission Vice Chairman Doug Fjeldheim says she stepped away to focus on her family and help out with her husband's business.

Her last day was Friday.

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