Threatening and harassing co-workers
OATH Index No. 1404/14
An emergency medical technician [EMT] was charged with committing five incidents of misconduct over a two-year period.
OATH Administrative Law Judge John B. Spooner sustained the charges, finding EMT threatened and harassed co-workers.
ALJ Spooner recommended that EMT's employment should be terminated due to the severity of his behavior. Fire Dep't v. Holdip,
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