Hickenlooper told the sheriffs, however, that Bloomberg had nothing to do with what happened in Colorado.
But mostly he sat up straight, staring ahead as three Arapahoe County sheriffs deputies monitored him closely.
It was grand, loud, had delicious swagger, guns, sheriffs, goodies and baddies, and was adapted from a Cormac McCarthy novel.
Make the face of it, they say, police officers and sheriffs, who can go on TV and warn of the threat to come.
In no way did the governor intend to mislead the sheriffs or anyone else.
And the sheriffs and constables and all that held castles in town or burg came out and promised to be faithful to him.
And without them, the judges are helpless, the marshals and sheriffs too.
Then the train started backing up along the Slopson Branch and the two sheriffs stayed on it.
What were policemen doing in this country of range and sheriffs?
sheriffs arrest him in the mountains and transport him long distances, only to find him the wrong man.
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.
(Dan. 3:2), Babylonian officers.