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Monday, May 15, 2017

Md. firefighters in brawl acquitted

WASHINGTON — Competitive tension between volunteer and career firefighters, which boiled over at the scene of a fire and landed inside a Prince George’s County courtroom, has been resolved.

Two Maryland firefighters charged with attacking two colleagues at a house fire in 2015 have been acquitted by a jury of all charges.

Jeffrey Miller and Christopher Kelly are both volunteer firefighters with the West Lanham Hills station.

They were facing second-degree assault charges, as well as accusations of interfering with a firefighter and misconduct in office stemming from a situation that occurred on Dec. 8, 2015.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good, that's bc what happens when an unqualified female thinks suing will help. How did it work out for you?