OREGON — Interim Ogle County State’s Attorney Mike Rock was unanimously voted Tuesday night to permanently replace his predecessor, former Ogle County State’s Attorney Ben Roe, at the Ogle County Board meeting.
Rock was named interim state’s attorney on Jan. 7 when Roe stepped down to serve as a judge in the 15th Judicial Circuit.
Nominating Rock for the position was Ogle County Chairman Kim Gouker.
“We had four very qualified attorneys that had applied for this job. It’s just obvious that Mr. Rock has a good grasp at what is needed to run the office of State’s Attorney for Ogle County,” Gouker said.
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