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A top prosecutor retires amid personnel investigation in Washington County
A top prosecutor retires amid personnel investigation in Washington County
A top prosecutor retires amid personnel investigation in Washington County

Published on: 04/03/2024

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Bracken McKey spent his 25-year legal career at the Washington County District Attorney’s Office and became one of the county’s highest paid employees. His salary was $246,536.

Bracken McKey, a longtime prosecutor who served as chief deputy district attorney in Washington County, retired effective this week after being placed on paid leave last fall for an unspecified workplace investigation.

News Source : https://www.oregonlive.com/washingtoncounty/2024/04/a-top-prosecutor-retires-amid-personnel-investigation-in-washington-county.html

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