OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee has announced the appointment of an acting secretary to the state Department of Corrections, as well as a resignation, two demotions and two reprimands of state employees related to the erroneous early release of prisoners over a 13-year period. Inslee on Monday said that Dick Morgan will take over for Dan Pacholke, who announced his resignation last month, effective March 14. Morgan, who worked at DOC for more than 30 years, started his career as a corrections officer and retired in 2010 as director of prisons. The announcement of the personnel actions comes following an investigation conducted by two former federal prosecutors hired by Inslee to look into why a software coding error that affected sentencing calculations for about 3,000 prisoners went unnoticed at the agency for a decade and then went unfixed for an additional three years.