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Randy King

Chief Deputy

Limestone County Schools

HQ Phone:  (256) 232-5353

Email: r***@***.com

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Limestone County Schools

300 South Jefferson Street

Athens, Alabama,35611

United States

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Randy King
The Chief Deputy s upervises all Sheriff's Office personnel and all administrative affairs of the Sheriff's Office. He serves at the pleasure of the Sheriff and is responsible for the coordination and logistics of every aspect of the continual operation of the department. His vast experience in law enforcement administration prepares him on a daily basis for the challenges that face every member of the department in performing their respective disciplines. Chief King can be reached by email: rking@limestonesheriff.com , or at the business address below.


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Limestone County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Randy King said deputies arrested the two men - James Shay Hennessee, 29, of Budget Inn, Room 114, and Ronald "Tank" Anderson, 48, of Budget Inn, Room 115 - around 7 p.m.
"We had received complaints about someone cooking crystal meth at a local motel in Ardmore," King said. "When they caught him, he struck another officer in the face before he was apprehended," King said. Hennessee was charged with first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, attempting to elude, second-degree assault and carrying a pistol without a permit, King said. "The subject had crystal meth in his possession along with some Dilaudid (painkiller) pills," King said.


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Limestone County Chief Deputy Randy King with the 27 video gambling machines seized Thursday night by deputies and investigators.News Courier/Rebecca Croomes
After receiving complaints about the gambling establishment, Limestone authorities spent about a month investigating, said Chief Deputy Randy King. "There were about 15 people inside playing illegal video (gambling) machines," King said today. "We seized 27 machines and $10,000 in cash from inside the machines, some on Tommy's person and some hid behind the counter and in safes." King said White cooperated by opening the safes. "He said he was worried about being robbed," King said. The 27 slot machines, which accept anywhere from $1 to $20 at a time, were loaded on 16-foot trailers and are now stored in a warehouse until the court determines their fate. "They may be condemned to be destroyed," King said. The estimated 15 gamblers in the game room - about half were men and half were women - were not arrested, King said. "We checked them for (outstanding) warrants and released them," he said. The gamblers, he said, were not the target of the investigation but, rather, the person promoting the gambling. The future of the $10,000 cash will be determined in civil court, King said. "We consider them illegal gains and, if awarded (by the court), they will be split between the Sheriff's Office and the D.A.'s Office," he said. Limestone County Chief Deputy Randy King with the 27 video gambling machines seized Thursday night by deputies and investigators.


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