Tommie Johnson – The New Oklahoma Country Sheriff Elect

Johnson, 31, will be the county’s first Black sheriff, and he hopes to usher in a new generation of leadership focused on improving transparency, officer pay and community relations.
“I am honored and humbled to be elected Oklahoma County sheriff,” Johnson said in a statement.
“My opponent waged a solid campaign, and even though our race was contentious, Wayland Cubit has my respect both as a man and an officer. I look forward to pioneering a new era in law enforcement in which public safety and community respect go hand-in-hand.”

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