A workplace investigation accuses a North Dakota sheriff of creating a toxic environment that led to health problems for some employees.
Reports say Stark County commissioners filed the report last week with Gov. Jack Dalrymple's office-- along with a request to have Sheriff Clarence Tuhy removed from his post.
Tuhy said in the report that he could be tough but described himself as fair.
Ernie Shear--one of Tuhy's former deputies--said in the report that working alongside Tuhy made him physically ill and described a "sense of doom" at the office. Shear said Tuhy's removal "is a long time coming."
The governor's staff is reviewing the investigation, which was conducted by Bismarck attorney Leslie Oliver.