Sheriff Ken Jenne's 34-year career in public service always seemed like a steady, inexorable march upward. He climbed from hotshot assistant state attorney to a high-profile member of the Broward County Board of Commissioners before moving on to the Florida Senate, where he served for 20 years. In 1998, after the death of Broward Sheriff Ron Cochran, Governor Lawton Chiles appointed Jenne to run the largest sheriff's... More >>>
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Sheriff Ken Jenne was riding high during a June 2002 press conference with Imam Rafiq Mahdi, but for the past two years, he's been buffeted by the Powertrac scandal.