Tuesday, July 23

[UPDATE] Sheriff’s Office Announces Sheriff Seabolt Hospitalized

Randolph County Sheriff Greg Seabolt - 2019 (Scott Pelkey / Acme News Archive)
Randolph County Sheriff Greg Seabolt – 2019 (Scott Pelkey / Acme News Archive)

ASHEBORO N.C. – This afternoon the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office has announced that Sheriff Greg Seabolt has been hospitalized with an illness after first experiencing symptoms shortly after the beginning of this year.

In a statement provided via email Deric B Skeen, on behalf of Sheriff Seabolt and family said that “as the Sheriff continues improving under medical supervision and treatment, Chief Deputy Azelton is overseeing the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office.  Sheriff Seabolt appreciates the continued dedication and service of all his deputies and the continued support of the citizens of Randolph County.”

In the same statement the Sheriff’s Office says their thoughts and prayers are with the Sheriff and the Seabolt family during his time of healing.

No further information about the Sheriff’s condition was available at the time of publication. We will continue to provide information as it becomes available.

UPDATE | Jan 27th 2023 at 3 PM | – In a press release today the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office says that Sheriff Greg Seabolt was discharged from Randolph Health on the afternoon of January 26, 2023, to continue his rest and recovery at home. He has kept in touch with his staff and has been updated continuously on the daily business of the Sheriff’s Office. He did stop by the office for a very quick visit enroute to home. We and his family appreciate the ongoing prayers of our citizens, families and friends.