(01/18/2001)
By Bob Weaver

Sheriff Allen Parsons, at the end of his latest term, will have served sixteen years as the Sheriff of Calhoun County, the longest stretch in the counties history. "It has been a great experience for me, and I have learned a lot," he said. "I have tried to be a responsible police officer and serve the public to the best of my ability." Parsons has been in police work for 21 years.

Sheriff Allen Parsons

Parsons is hiring a new Deputy Sheriff, Ronald Gene Bandy, Jr. who now resides near Clendenin. "He has a good track record and will be a real asset to our department," he said. The thirty-year-old Bandy is a graduate of the West Virginia State Police Academy and has worked for police departments in Summersville, Clendenin and North Carolina. He is a veteran of the U. S. Army.

Roane County Sheriff Todd Cole has announced he is hiring former Grantsville policeman Jeff Smith as his Chief Deputy. Smith has been working as a Spencer City Police and doing part-time work for Sheriff Allen Parsons.


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