BANGOR - It's official. Chief Deputy Troy Morton has announced he's running to become the next sheriff of Penobscot County.
This, after Sheriff Glenn Ross announced his plans to retire by year's end.
With 25 years of criminal justice experience, Chief Deputy Morton says he's looking forward to serving as sheriff to continue his dedication to the community.
Chief Deputy Morton began his career at the sheriff’s office in 1988, employed in the corrections division. He was appointed Chief Deputy in 2003.
Lindsey joined the WVII ABC7 and WFVX FOX Bangor news team in January of 2012. Raised in Arlington, Mass., Lindsey graduated from Endicott College located in Beverly, Mass. where she majored in Communication. While attending college on the North Shore Lindsey ran the campus newspaper, the Endicott Observer, lead the Endicott Gulls field hockey team as Captain in the 2009 & 2010 seasons, and played for the women’s club hockey team.
For two years Lindsey worked at WCVB Channel 5 News Boston as an ENG producer and writer, while also filling in for various positions in
Chronicle, the station’s nightly news magazine. Additionally, Lindsey contributed to the production of two MDA Labor Day telethons.
When she’s not in the field she can be found on the ice. Lindsey helps out with Brewer’s Youth Hockey Learn to Skate & Learn to Play program and plays on a men’s league team. She also helped to establish Brewer’s first youth under-12 girl’s hockey team.