Ex-Police Chief Kessler Asks For Sheriff Write-In Votes - DC News FOX 5 DC WTTG

Ex-Police Chief Kessler Asks For Sheriff Write-In Votes

Posted: Updated:
GILBERTON, Pa. -

Schuylkill County's most infamous ex-police chief is asking for another chance to serve and protect the people.

"I have another message for ya: Go (expletive) yourself again!" Mark Kessler said in one of the YouTube videos that cost the former Gilberton police chief his job.

He posted it over the summer as an advocate for gun rights.

Now, with the election for Schuylkill County sheriff coming up Tuesday, and the Republican sheriff candidate out of the race, Kessler is asking the people for a write-in vote.

"I can tell you one thing: I've made my fair share of mistakes in life, and I've worked through them. Every time I look back on them, I'm a man, and I've looked my problems right in the face, and I took care of business," Kessler said in his newest video posted on YouTube over the weekend.

He says he will continue fighting for his Second Amendment rights.

  • Local NewsMore>>

  • DUI Driver Will Not Be Charged In Teen's Death

    DUI Driver Will Not Be Charged In Teen's Death

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:18:38 GMT
    Cops say a driver accused of hitting and killing a Bucks County teen and injuring another while driving under the influence of prescription drugs and cocaine will not be charged.
    Cops say a driver accused of hitting and killing a Bucks County teen and injuring another while driving under the influence of prescription drugs and cocaine will not be charged.
  • Forest Fire Burning In Cumberland County

    Forest Fire Burning In Cumberland County

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:17 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:17:05 GMT
    Skyfox was over the scene near Ackley Road in Downe Township Wednesday night.
    Skyfox was over the scene near Ackley Road in Downe Township Wednesday night.
  • Fox 29 Rides Along With The Camden County Police Department

    Fox 29 Rides Along With The Camden County Police Department

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:14 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:14:54 GMT
    There is a heroin epidemic in our area Camden County Police say last month in a 24-hour period alone they had 20 heroin overdoses.Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson says the Camden-Philadelphia area has replaced New York as the national hub for heroin.However, it's less of a Camden City problem, and more of an issue of addiction in our suburbs.Fox 29’s Jennifer Joyce rode along with the Camden County Police Department tosee the problem first-hand in the video above.
    There is a heroin epidemic in our area Camden County Police say last month in a 24-hour period alone they had 20 heroin overdoses.Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson says the Camden-Philadelphia area has replaced New York as the national hub for heroin.However, it's less of a Camden City problem, and more of an issue of addiction in our suburbs.Fox 29’s Jennifer Joyce rode along with the Camden County Police Department tosee the problem first-hand in the video above.
Powered by WorldNow

WTTG FOX 5 & myfoxdc
5151 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016
Main Number: (202) 244-5151
Newsroom: (202) 895-3000
fox5tips@wttg.com

Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices