Lieutenant who is Randolph County sheriff’s wife charged with larceny, resigns post


Sandra Reid

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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. – The Randolph County sheriff’s wife, Sandra Reid, has stepped down from her post at the department following a larceny charge.

She submitted her resignation last week after being cited for altering prices at the Belk store in Four Seasons Mall.

Reid, 56, of Asheboro, is charged with misdemeanor larceny by price substitution by the Greensboro Police Department. She was also banned from all stores by the company.

Reid was hired as a deputy sheriff in 1991. She was later promoted to lieutenant.

Reid met her husband, Sheriff Maynard Reid, while working under former sheriff Litchard Hurley.

She is due in court to face charges on Jan. 15.

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