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Former reservoir director waives hearing
11/27/2019

(KNZA)--The former director of Jackson County's Banner Creek Reservoir, accused of stealing county owned property, is scheduled to be arraigned December 6.

63-year-old John Kennedy, of Hoyt, waived his preliminary hearing last week and was bound over to Jackson County District Court on charges of burglary and theft.

Kennedy was terminated by the Jackson County Commission on February 11 of this year. He is accused of entering the reservoir shop following his termination and stealing items. Some of those items were allegedly found after the Jackson County Sheriff's office served a search warrant on Kennedy's residence.

He was arrested March 28 on a district court warrant following an investigation by the Sheriff's Office.

Kennedy remains free on a $1,500 bond.

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