Madison County Sheriff Laid To Rest

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Updated: 5/25/2013 11:30 pm
Madison County Sheriff Jerry Combs was laid to rest today.

The coroner says the 61-year-old died from what appears to be a heart attack.

Combs was with the Berea Police department for 31 years retiring as assistant chief.

He was then elected Madison County Sheriff.

He was buried at the Combs family cemetery in Berea.
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