Green seeks re-election as DA
Warren County District Attorney Rob Greene has announced he will seek re-election as district attorney.
“I consider it an honor and privilege to serve Warren County as your District Attorney,” Greene said. “I am extremely humbled by the support I receive from law enforcement, my colleagues and most importantly, the people of Warren County in keeping Warren County a safe place to live and raise a family.”
Greene, 50, is a native of Warren County. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh where he was a member of the Honors College and Oklahoma City University School of Law in 1998 where he was class president. While attending the University of Pittsburgh in 1992, Greene put his education on hold and volunteered to serve in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War. He served in the U.S. Army Reserves for eight years and was honorably discharged in 2000 as an acting sergeant. In January 2014, Greene took office as Warren County’s district attorney after over 12 years of practicing law as a criminal defense attorney.
Greene lives in the City of Warren with his wife Christine and two sons, Joe age 19 and Justice age 17. He is also the father to Tyler Stufflebeam, who passed away in 2011 at the age of 21. He has been an active member and leader in our community for decades. Greene, is active in the Warren County Drug Task Force, the Warren County Children’s Advocacy Center, Crime Stoppers, Warren County Children’s Round Table and many other community groups. He is a founding member and former Board President of the Children’s Advocacy Center “CAC” of Warren County and former board member of Family Services of Warren County. Greene coached Little League Baseball, Warren County YMCA basketball, Warren wrestling and Beaty Flag Football.
The district attorney’s office under Greene’s leadership has been instrumental in establishing many initiatives that not only have taken violent offenders off the streets, but also makes sure victims of crime are given priority and a voice. Special attention has been given to child victims and victims of domestic violence.
With the assistance of K9 Officers “Nic” and “Dina,” the Warren County Drug Task Force continues to infiltrate the dark world of hard drugs, putting a huge dent in the illegal trade of these poisons.
“We are putting drug dealers behind bars, but at the same time helping those with drug addictions to get into rehabilitation facilities and/or enter Treatment Court,” Greene added.
“The goal is to reduce crime and reducing recidivism rates for individuals who want and need the help.”
“I am really proud of what we have accomplished in my seven years as district attorney, but there is still much to be done and maintain, and that’s why I am running for re-election as your district attorney.”