DICKINSON — Sheriff Corey Lee will continue to be the face of law enforcement for Stark County for the next four years after defeating Fern Moser 69.5% to 29.8% Tuesday evening with more than 8,700 votes counted.
DICKINSON — A highly publicized and televised debate on Tuesday night aimed at providing candidates for public office an opportunity to debate and engage constituent concerns was largely a one sided affair, as many candidates were absent from public scrutiny.
Accusations levied against incumbent Stark County Sheriff Corey Lee and his opponent, Fern Moser, surfaced this week in an anonymous letter posted to multiple public social media pages in Dickinson. Both men agreed to speak with The Press to address the accusations — confirming some and refuting others.
National Night Out culminates annually on the first Tuesday in August. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Dickinson Police Department personnel and Stark County Sheriff’s Office highlight the importance of community relations.
“Working with people you don't normally work with, that's probably the biggest benefit to the exercise. You learn to work together so that when you have a real incident and you need their help, you know how they work compared to you and how things go,” said Gladstone Assistant Fire Chief Doug Brost.