“Of course you know that political thing put pressure on the sheriff that we had to do something,” the detective says.
But the sheriff described the suspect as a 22-year-old, mentally unstable man with previous brushes with the law.
The sheriff charged them with truancy, and then he and his officers ran them out of town.
sheriff Wheeler described the compound as a self-sufficient community with its own food supply.
In a press conference given by the sheriff on Friday, Tice's name was not mentioned.
I've been tryin' to raise the sheriff's office, but they don't seem to answer.
The two hombres shot the sheriff in the arm before he located them and got away.
The 186 colonel summoned the sheriff, who took Joe to his cell.
It would not have been etiquette for the sheriff to come for him.
Even the broad face of the sheriff was crinkled suspiciously.
late Old English scirgerefa "representative of royal authority in a shire," from scir (see shire) + gerefa "chief, official, reeve" (see reeve). As an American county official, attested from 1660s; sheriff's sale first recorded 1798. Sheriff's tooth (late 14c.) was a common name for the annual tax levied to pay for the sheriff's victuals during court sessions.