Guilford Sheriff's Office Administrative Building Temporarily Closed

Guilford Sheriff's Office Administrative Building Temporarily Closed

10:40am Dec 16, 2020
Courtesy Guilford County Sheriff's Office

The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office administration building will be closed until Monday, December 18th. Officials say a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. 

Sheriff Danny Rogers has announced that the building, located on West Washington Street in Greensboro, is expected to reopen Monday at 8 a.m.

According to a news release, administrative issues should be directed to the Legal Process division in the Greensboro courthouse. The office said daily operations will be conducted and carried out from other locations.

The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday their administrative offices would be closed through the end of this week due to positive COVID-19 cases being identified.

Guilford County is still mourning the loss of Master Corporal Deputy Sheriff Norman Daye, who died this week from complications related to COVID-19. His funeral will be held Friday afternoon, according to an obituary.

Deputy LaKiya Rouse, who worked as a bailiff at the Guilford County Courthouse, died in October after contracting the disease.

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