Randolph County sheriff to retire

Shannon Wolff
Travis Lott
After 28 years in law enforcement and two terms as sheriff in Randolph County, Shannon Wolff has announced that he will retire at the conclusion of his second term in 2022.
Wolff, 48, of rural Chester went into law enforcement shortly after serving in the United States Marine Corps from 1990 to 1994.
He first worked for police departments in Evansville, Marissa and Sparta before being hired as a patrol deputy at the sheriff’s office in 1996.
Prior to being elected sheriff in 2014, Wolff worked as the commander of the drug task force, as a detective and the chief deputy under Sheriff Fred Frederking.

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