Sheriff Benjie Vigil plans to run for a second term, saying he has a plan to strengthen the Sheriff’s Department if the County Commission goes along.
Vigil, who has 35 years in law enforcement, is the third person to announce his intention to run. Las Vegas Police Department detective Roy Pacheco and district attorney’s office investigator Tony Valdez have already announced they’re running.
“I want to continue protecting and serving the citizens of the community. I have always enjoyed working with the people,” the sheriff said.
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