Alexander Polke was sentenced to death by the State of North Carolina for the murder of a police officer. According to court documents Alexander Polke would shoot and kill Randolph County sheriff’s deputy Toney Clayton Summey when the Officer attempted to serve an arrest warrant. Alexander Polke would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death.
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The court procedings of a man accused of murder in the death of a Randolph County Sheriff’s deputy ended Monday.
Alexander Polke pled guilty last week to the first-degree murder of Deputy Toney Summey and was awaiting sentencing.
Jurors were selected last week for the punishment phase of the case after Polke elected to plead guilty and by-pass his trial.
The sentence came down today before the case ever made it the the trial phase.
The two deputies had gone to Polke’s home to serve assault and threat warrants on him April 27, 2003. Authorities contend Polke scuffled with the deputies, took Summey’s gun and shot both officers killing Summey.