Chief Deputy Robinson announces run for Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff
VANDERBURGH CO., Ind. (WFIE) - Chief Deputy of the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office, Noah Robinson, has announced his 2022 candidacy for sheriff.
Robinson is a 22-year law enforcement veteran.
He was introduced at an outdoor, drive-in style event outside the Vanderburgh County 4-H Center Auditorium on Wednesday evening to announce his run.
Robinson was surrounded at the event by several county leaders.
I feel the time is right for me to make my campaign to be that next sheriff,” Robinson said. “I think I have the necessary support, and the ideas and drive to make that happen. I think I would be a worthy successor to Sheriff Dave Wedding to take us to the next level in terms of where we’re heading.”
Current Sheriff Dave Wedding’s second term will expire after December 31, 2022. Under Indiana law, a sheriff cannot seek a third consecutive term.
Chief Deputy Robinson is a Newburgh, Indiana native and Castle High School graduate.
He’s known his wife Janie since high school. They have three children, Kayla, Katelyn, and Kyle.
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