BREAKING: St. Lucie County, Florida, Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Demoted After Again Evacuating Prior to Impending Hurricane

A sergeant with the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office in Florida has reportedly been demoted after he again evacuated prior to a hurricane instead of staying to provide aid.

Richard Medina was demoted Oct. 25 and had his salary reduced from $91,503 to $57,778, according to Sheriff’s Office spokesman Bryan Beaty. He reportedly evacuated him and his family to Alabama before Hurricane Dorian, then failed to report to work during the state of emergency.

This is the second time that Medina had failed to report during a state of emergency, after he also did not report for Hurricane Irma.

Source: SLC sergeant demoted after evacuating to Alabama for Hurricane Dorian instead of working

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