UPDATED: Governor announces new Highway Patrol superintendent amid leadership shakeup


(Updated to include links from Capital-Journal and WIBW with allegations of domestic abuse and sexual misconduct.)

Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday announced Shawnee County Sheriff Herman Jones as the next superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol amid an apparent shakeup at the top.

Jones replaces Mark Bruce, who suddenly decided to leave the agency after the governor announced late last year that he would continue to serve in that role.

Also out is Lt. Col. Randy Moon, the highway patrol's assistant superintendent, who also suddenly decided to leave the agency.

Maj. Jason De Vore will immediately serve as . . .


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