El Paso County Sheriff Richard Wiles, 57, was first elected to office 10 years ago. But the native El Pasoan’s career has always been in service of the community, working a year at the city fire department before moving to the police department, where he eventually served as the city’s chief of police. “I consider it a great honor and a privilege to continue working in public service in this great city.” El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, 3850 Justice , 915-538-2292, epcounty.com/sheriff/, FB @EPSHERIFF
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