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Bowen says thanks as he leaves office

Saratoga County sheriff ends 41-year run

Saratoga County Sheriff James Bowen, left, and District Attorney James Murphy stand with each other at the Holiday Inn after both were easily returned to their respective offices on Election Night in 2010.  (Gazette file photo)
Saratoga County Sheriff James Bowen, left, and District Attorney James Murphy stand with each other at the Holiday Inn after both were easily returned to their respective offices on Election Night in 2010. (Gazette file photo)
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Saratoga County Sheriff James D. Bowen ended his 48-year law enforcement career on Tuesday, releasing a letter thanking the people of Saratoga County for letting him serve. Bowen leaves the county’s top law enforcement job after 41 years as sheriff, making him the longest-tenured sheriff in the state. “Thank you for the honor and privilege to serve as your sheriff the last 41 years,” Bowen wrote in the open letter to county residents. People who ...


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