Grays Harbor County Constable Rick Scott has actually revealed that he will not be looking for a 3rd term as Constable, retiring at the end of the year after 45 years in regional police.
Scott signed up with the Grays Harbor Constable’s Workplace in July 1977, serving his whole police profession within the company.
Scott stated that the choice not to run was based upon individual medical problems that have actually shown up just recently, however his intent had actually been to run.
Throughout that time he had actually functioned as Deputy, Investigator, Sergeant, Chief Crook Deputy, and Undersheriff prior to being selected Constable following the retirement of Constable Mike Whelan.
Whelan revealed his retirement in 2012 after 35 years with the department. Whelan began at the workplace in July 1977 together with Scott.
Scott was selected to the Constable function following that retirement, very first winning election to the workplace in 2014.
In addition to his regional management, Scott has actually likewise functioned as President of the board of the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Authorities Chiefs given that 2021.
Scott will serve out the rest of his term.
Scott has actually backed Chief Civil Deputy, and Chief of the Investigations Department, Darrin Wallace, who revealed his intent to run for the seat.
Previous Brier Authorities Chief and McCleary resident Michael Catlett has actually likewise revealed his intent to declare the seat.