FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2015 file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, left, hugs Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer as they enter a meeting with homeowners in Canyon City, Ore. The Oregon Department of Justice found insufficient evidence to file a criminal case against Palmer based on complaints that he destroyed public records and issued concealed handgun licenses to out-of-state residents.
FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2015 file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, left, hugs Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer as they enter a meeting with homeowners in Canyon City, Ore. The Oregon Department of Justice found insufficient evidence to file a criminal case against Palmer based on complaints that he destroyed public records and issued concealed handgun licenses to out-of-state residents. The Oregonian via AP, File Thomas Boyd
FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2015 file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, left, hugs Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer as they enter a meeting with homeowners in Canyon City, Ore. The Oregon Department of Justice found insufficient evidence to file a criminal case against Palmer based on complaints that he destroyed public records and issued concealed handgun licenses to out-of-state residents. The Oregonian via AP, File Thomas Boyd

Justice department finds no criminal conduct by sheriff

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