Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Longtime Kanawha Deputy Elected Monroe County Sheriff

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Longtime Kanawha Deputy Elected Monroe County Sheriff

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After Tuesday's election, longtime Kanawha County sheriff's deputy Sean Crosier will follow in his father and grandfather's footsteps and serve in law enforcement in Monroe County. Crosier, who retired from the Kanawha County Sheriff's Office last year after a 27-year career, was elected on Tuesday as a Democrat to serve as the Monroe County sheriff.

He received 3,266 votes, while Republican challenger Scott Miller received 2,355.

Crosier, who is 50 years old and grew up in Monroe County, said his grandfather Virgil "Cap Crosier served as game warden in Monroe County for about 20 years.

His father, Jerry Crosier, then served as game warden in Monroe County for about 17 years. He always wanted to be a police officer.

Jerry Crosier passed away in April, but the younger Crosier said he knew his father was proud of him. …

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