A 25-year veteran of the Roanoke Sheriff’s Office is launching his candidacy to run for the top job.
Lee Hill, who retired in October as a lieutenant overseeing the agency’s jail services division, is the first to announce a bid for the office that will be on the November ballot.
“I’ve spent half my life with the sheriff’s office, and I still feel I have a lot left to give to the office,” he said.
“I love my job and giving back to my community. making sure everyone is safe, and trying to help them get back on the right path.”
Posted on 13 Feb 2021, 11:09 - Category: In the News