Glen Craig makes a champagne toast at his campaign headquarters in 1986, shortly after claiming an upset win over Sheriff Robbie Waters. At left is supporter Lou Blanas, who later succeeded Craig as sheriff. Rival candidate Bob Lyon, right, also stopped by to offer his congratulations.
Glen Craig makes a champagne toast at his campaign headquarters in 1986, shortly after claiming an upset win over Sheriff Robbie Waters. At left is supporter Lou Blanas, who later succeeded Craig as sheriff. Rival candidate Bob Lyon, right, also stopped by to offer his congratulations. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Glen Craig makes a champagne toast at his campaign headquarters in 1986, shortly after claiming an upset win over Sheriff Robbie Waters. At left is supporter Lou Blanas, who later succeeded Craig as sheriff. Rival candidate Bob Lyon, right, also stopped by to offer his congratulations. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

Former Sacramento County Sheriff Glen Craig dies at age 81

December 26, 2014 06:48 PM

UPDATED January 07, 2015 07:32 AM

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