New Sheriff of White County Sheriff's Department Sworn Into Office

The White County Sheriff's Department's new sheriff was sworn in on Monday following the retirement of former Sheriff Doug Maier.

Posted: Mar 1, 2021 3:32 PM

The new sheriff of the White County Sheriff's Department in Carmi, Illinois, was sworn into office on Monday.

Sheriff Randy Graves was sworn into office at 8:30 a.m. on Monday by Judge Scott Webb.

Sheriff Graves was a corrections officer for 12 years and has been a White County Deputy for 19 years.

This comes after the retirement of former White County Sheriff Doug Maier, who announced his retirement in January after serving the community for 39 years.

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