Patrick Ray Elected DeKalb County Sheriff

August 3, 2006
by: 
Dwayne Page

The next Sheriff of DeKalb County will be Patrick Ray.

Ray, a Republican, defeated Democratic nominee Myron Rhody in Thursday's DeKalb County General Election by a final count of 2,584 (54%) to 2,159 (45%), a difference of 425 votes.

Ray carried eleven of the sixteen precincts in DeKalb County including Alexandria- 175 to 108, Temperance Hall- 64 to 54, Edgar Evins State Park- 15 to 12, Liberty- 119 to 49, Dowelltown 76 to 54, Cherry Hill- 30 to 11, Courthouse -134 to 131, Johnson's Chapel- 89 to 33, Elementary School- 128 to 123, Blue Springs- 89 to 74, Church of Christ Annex- 163 to 137, and Early Voting- 1,053 to 846. Ray had 43 absentees.

Rhody carried five precincts including Snow Hill- 88 to 82, Middle School 192 to 162, Rock Castle 23 to 22, Belk 75 to 70, and Keltonburg 86 to 70. Rhody had 63 absentees.

Ray, a Chief Deputy under the administration of former Sheriff Kenneth Pack, will succeed incumbent Sheriff Lloyd Emmons on September 1st. Ray currently works for the Warren County Sheriff's Department.

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