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An officer with a Atlanta Police Department was dismissed Monday after she was accused of stealing $500 from a sharpened plant in Georgia last month.
Former officer Keisha Richburg’s purpose with a group was consummated after an inner examination was sparked after accusations arose from a lethal sharpened on Jun 19, a dialect reliable to Fox News on Wednesday.
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Richburg responded to a call about a chairman shot in northwest Atlanta. Before she arrived on scene, a passerby stopped and attempted to assistance a victim. The passerby took out a victim’s wallet to try to find a man’s name, and pronounced she saw approximately $500 in his wallet.
The bystander kept a wallet until initial responders arrived during a stage of a sharpened during that indicate she gave it to them. Later that day, a passerby said she perceived a call from a victim’s wife, who pronounced there was no income in a wallet.
Keisha Richburg was dismissed from a Atlanta Police Department on Monday after income was blank from a victim’s wallet, officials said.
(Atlanta Police Department)
Investigators pronounced that physique camera footage shows Richburg receiving a victim’s wallet from an EMT with income inside. Later, military pronounced it was “abundantly clear” there was no longer income in a wallet.
The dialect pronounced Richburg denied there was any income in a wallet and wasn’t means to establish what happened to a cash. A orator pronounced that Richburg was dismissed since she “did not scrupulously comment for a income according to a department’s policies and procedures” per recovered skill and “truthfulness.”
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“Officer firmness goes to a heart of what we do here each singular day,” Chief Erika Shields pronounced in a statement. “It’s needed a open have trust in a word and a actions. It’s intensely unsatisfactory to see a plant of a deadly sharpened be victimized twice by a actions of one of a officers.”
The Atlanta Police Department pronounced that when their administration box record is closed, it will be forwarded to a Fulton County District Attorney’s bureau for review.