A district court judge says the former Fayette police chief who resigned to run for sheriff, and then tried to take back his resignation, can’t have his job back. Randy Sandhagen asked the court to block the City of Fayette from hiring his replacement. Sandhagen submitted his resignation in October, but a couple of days later tried to rescind the resignation. Sandhagen tried twice to get re-hired, but the city council turned him down. Sandhagen then filed the lawsuit asking for an injunction to keep the city from accepting the resignation. The judge refused to grant the injunction.
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