Cleveland Fire Dept. Members to Face Discipline

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CLEVELAND — Twelve members of the Cleveland Fire Department are facing disciplinary actions after an incident over the summer.

According to a spokesman for the Cleveland Fire Department, 6 firefighters, 4 captains and 2 lieutenants received letters of reprimand Friday.

The group is accused of defacing a photo of former Cleveland Fire Chief Daryl McGinnis on August 16 at an establishment near Kamm’s Corners.

A hearing will be set for each individual to determine disciplinary actions.


  • Eyeofstorm

    Gee, I wonder what would have happened if they had defaced a photo of Jesus or the Blessed Virgin Mary. I’ll bet nothing. Wheres the ACLU when you need them. Freedom of speech is dead in this country.

  • Brian

    People are just to sensitive and pampered.
    Kids all get trophies for showing up, and no one is allowed to win.
    Pull your skirts back up and act like adults :)

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