A Sheriff Ignores Shooting Call To Make To Video For Ex-Girlfriend

A video of a sheriff, ignoring a shooting call to record a video for his ex-girlfriend, from a Los Angeles County Sheriff was made viral on YouTube. The sheriff, identified as Jeremy Fennell, 26, was condemned from his duties as he faces an on-going investigation.

His ex-girlfriend, Priscilla Anderson, was being harassed constantly by the sheriff. She said that she felt helpless and did not know what to do. There are charges of domestic violence against him as well for he tried to strangle the victim.

The video shows that the sheriff was in his patrol car, wearing his uniform, when he got a call for shooting, but was busy recording a video for his ex. He blatantly ignored the call and went on recording, asking Anderson to forgive him and take him back.

Soon after the misconduct was reported by Anderson, the sheriff was released off his duty. Senior officials have cited this as a “flat-out inexcusable” incident and thorough investigation will be conducted to get to the depths of the matter.

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Source From:

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-deputy-lakewood-video-20170330-story.html

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