In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for May 29, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss a St. Louis firefighter accused of using a credit card that belongs to the victim of a vehicular accident; the former fire chief of Denton County Emergency Services District 1 has pled guilty to 13 counts of stealing while chief; a race discrimination suit brought by a Rochester firefighter who was required to attend a racist party while on duty in 2022; a rather unconventional civil rights lawsuit filed against first responders by a South Carolina man who is facing homicide charges; an a whistleblower lawsuit filed by an assistant chief with a Minnesota fire department who was fired earlier this year.
St. Louis Firefighter Charged With Fraudulent Use of Crash Victim’s Credit Card
Texas Chief Pleads Guilty to Stealing Department Funds
Rochester NY Firefighter Sues Over Racist Party
Suit Alleges EMS Responsible for Victim’s Death, Not Homicide Suspect
Fired Minnesota Assistant Chief Alleges Whistleblower Retaliation