Former constable wants to be new sheriff in town
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A former Las Vegas constable is throwing his hat in the ring to replace Sheriff Doug Gillespie when his term is up.
Robert Grunauer, also known as "Bobby G," says that the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department needs to create a culture of compassion and trust between citizens, officers and the media.
Grunauer has been in law enforcement for about 30 years, including time with LVMPD and the constable's office.
Other possible candidates include former sheriff Bill Young and LVMPD officer Laurie Bisch, who ran in 2006 and 2010.