TELL CITY - Two men with years of experience in local law enforcement filed their candidacies Wednesday for the office of Perry County sheriff.
Filing were Joe Lackey, a Department of Natural Resources officer since 1983, and Lee Chestnut, a county sheriff's deputy with nine years of experience. Each hopes to succeed two-term Sheriff Bob Glenn. Both are running as Democrats, meaning they and other Democrats seeking the same office will face each other in the state's May 4 primary.
Lackey's Priorities: Accessibility, Professionalism