New Sheriff Releasing Criminals

Joe Guzzardi
March 1, 2017
As seen in:
Jackson Sun

As the old adage goes, be careful what you wish for. Last year, Maricopa County, Arizona, voters elected retired Phoenix police sergeant Paul Penzone to replace six-term incumbent Sheriff Joe Arpaio. In 2012, Arpaio barely edged out Penzone. The end to 24 years in office served by “America’s toughest sheriff,” as Arpaio liked to call himself in reference to his commitment to enforcing immigration laws, surprised few.