Carroll to step down from Sheriff's Office at end of year
JEFFERSON COUNTY —
Rod Carroll has posted a message to friends and supporters, thanking them and indicating he'll step down from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office at the end of the year. He is the Deputy Chief. Carroll came in third in the Democratic Primary. Zena Stephens and Joe 'QB' Stevenson are in a runoff. The winner faces Republican Ray Beck in November.
Statement from Rod Carroll on his Facebook page:
Dear Friends and Supporters: I would like to thank you for your selfless efforts and support of my family and I. The election did not turn out as we hoped but the voters spoke and I have to listen. I will be resigning from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on 12/31/16. I will hold my head high as I walk out for the last time. I have spent 23 years serving Jefferson County as a Peace Officer, Paramedic and Firefighter, I would like to thank those brave men and women that I have served along side. I have gained much more than I have given.Although I do not have any idea as to what God has in store for me, I pray that he allows me the opportunity to serve my fellow man in some capacity. Again Thank you for being my friends.