Belleavoine on speed cameras and medical marijuana

Lexington Park, MD - A former St. Mary’s County sheriff’s deputy—Democrat Ted Belleavoine—is challenging incumbent Sheriff Tim Cameron in Tuesday’s General Election.

Belleavoine has been a St. Mary’s resident for over 40 years. He joined the ranks of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 and served for almost 30 years. After retiring, he worked briefly with the Town of La Plata Police Department and is currently employed with the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.

Candidate Belleavoine has said it is time for the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office to implement its Strategic Management Plan, which he (Belleavoine) helped craft over 10 years ago.

Other objectives of Belleavoine’s campaign for sheriff include filling the ongoing vacancies among the county’s public school resource officer (SRO), expanding the agency’s Vice/Narcotics Team and addressing the problems the agency has with hiring and retention of employees.

Recently, Belleavoine visited the offices and studio of to discuss his candidacy on camera. Issues discussed in the following segment include the use of speed cameras, tackling the opioid crisis and concerns about medical marijuana.

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