New State Patrol Superintendent named
LINCOLN (AP) - Gov. Dave Heineman has named Lt. Col. David Sankey of Lincoln to serve as the next Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. The 23 year State Patrol veteran will replace retiring Col. Bryan Tuma and will assume command on March 1. Sankey has served as assistant superintendent the past two years. Sankey, 47, began his career with the State Patrol working in field operations in Fremont with Troop A and specialized in accident reconstruction.