BUCKHANNON — Outgoing Sheriff Virgil Miller is ending his second four-year term as the top law enforcement officer in county government this week.
“This is my niche,” Miller said at a recent Upshur County Commission meeting. “I’ve always felt like the sheriff’s department is where I feel the most comfortable. I wouldn’t have come back eight more years if I didn’t love the job.”
“If it was legally possible and the voters would elect me, I would stay again,” he said.
Sheriffs in West Virginia are limited to two consecutive four-year terms before having to sit an election out.
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