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Former Rubio staffer leaving FHP for sheriff's job

Chris Nocco has left his post as chief of staff at the Florida Highway Patrol for a job with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. Nocco, once a top aide to House Speaker Marco Rubio, will serve as captain of administration, according to a department memo.

Pasco must be a great place to work, because Sheriff Bob White recently hired former Rubio staffers Richard Corcoran and Jeremiah Hawkes. (background here)

-- Alex Leary and Molly Moorhead

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