El Paso County sheriff to retire amid scandal

December 19, 2014
Photo: El Paso County Sheriff's badge(Photo Courtesy of El Paso County)
El Paso County Sheriff's badge

El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa plans to retire at the end of the year, two weeks before the end of his third term.

Maketa, who played a leading role in responding to fires in the Colorado Springs area last year, was accused of having affairs with three female subordinates, creating a hostile work environment and budget improprieties. He has apologized for what he called inappropriate behavior but had said he would not resign.

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