Paula Dance, North Carolina’s First African-American Female Sheriff, Is Ready To Bring Change


Paula Dance made history when she became Pitt County, North Carolina’s first African-American sheriff and the first African-American female sheriff in the state. Now she’s going to implement change.

There’s a new sheriff in town: During last week’s election in Pitt County, North Carolina, Paula Dance made history when she became the county’s first African-American sheriff and the first African-American female sheriff in the state. When Dance took her oath, her grandson and granddaughter held the Bible while she solemnly swore to uphold all of her campaign promises.

Dance’s law-enforcement career spans over 20 years. The Martin County, North Carolina, native grew up in…

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