After affair, Iowa official got gaming job

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Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:00 am

IOWA CITY (AP) — An assistant director of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation violated its policies by having a private relationship with a subordinate employee, but was moved to a high-profile job months later, newly released records show.

David Jobes was given a last-chance warning after superiors learned of the relationship, ordered to get remedial training on professional conduct and had his supervisory duties modified, according to a document dated Feb. 6 and obtained by the Associated Press through a public records request.

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