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Justin Worthley for Sheriff of Carroll County

Check out my in depth interview just posted to my pages.
FB and telegram just search Worthley for Carroll County Sheriff to see it.
Great interview on justice 4 with Jocelyn on YouTube and Rumble

1st half

2nd half

One of the two people who took time to talk to a homeless military veteran. It was clear that money that has been spent on drug addiction and homelessness, while immense, was clearly ineffective.

The sheriff should always be armed to protect those around him whether uniformed or not. For 10 years I've carried a firearm in my personal time to both protect myself and be ready to protect others if the need arises. Even in my short retirement I do the same. This point alone should let you know who cares more about your safety and well-being. A vote for Worthley on 9/13 is for dedicated service, not just lip service.

The community needs to look at how rising energy effects the limited budget. With less money, there will be less patrols, les

About Stan



Hyt graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He began his law enforcement career in 1978 as a police officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) and served over 30 years in this department. He was promoted to the position of Police Sergeant in 1991. Hyt is first and foremost a Christian man whose faith governs his integrity, behavior and ethics. He’s been happily married to his wife, Danette, for the past 21 years and is a devoted father.

Hyt comfortably retired from the police department in 2008 but like many, has grown frustrated with the current state of affairs. He’s decided to run for Sheriff to stand up for and protect his family’s and fellow citizens’ constitutional rights.

“I got into this Sheriff’s race because I don’t like what is happening  to our Constitutional Rights.  I want to be able to stand up for and protect our freedoms and Civil Liberties—as Sheriff I can