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SOLON, Ohio (WJW) — The city of Solon’s human resources director has resigned after officials say she was involved in a physical altercation with a city employee.
City officials confirmed that HR Director Yolanda Guzman’s resignation was made effective Nov. 17.
The FOX 8 I-Team obtained security video of the incident that shows Guzman standing behind the employee’s chair on Sept. 7.
The video skips, but according to Guzman’s disciplinary letter, Guzman is accused of grabbing the employee’s chair, which caused the woman to fall, injuring her tailbone and head.
Guzman is also accused of blocking the employee’s path and putting her arm around the employee.
The 75-year-old employee also filed a police report.
According to Solon officials, Guzman was charged with assault in the altercation.
She was previously suspended without pay for eight weeks amid the investigation. The I-Team reached out to Guzman to discuss the matter at the time but did not hear back.