Two people were killed by a Milwaukee firefighter who was arrested by West Allis Police Department for drunk driving but his name was not released to the public. The names of the two people he allegedly killed were released.
Shawnee County Jail records show Torrez, then 32, was booked into the jail at 5:12 p.m. that day after the Kansas Highway Patrol arrested him.
A Topeka firefighter since Jan. 3, 2006, Torrez was promoted Aug. 29 to the rank of apparatus operator. Apparatus operators drive firetrucks.
Michigan: Firefighter Tad Dennis who spent 15 years cutting crash victims out of wrecks boozed it up and killed Diana Pozderca
Davis, a 15-year veteran of the Warren Fire Department, is being charged with second-degree murder, punishable by up to life in prison; and operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing death, punishable by up to 15 years in prison, for the Sept. 11 crash that killed Adlai E. Stevenson High School graduate 17-year-old Diana Pozderca. She would have turned 18 in October.
Pennsylvania: Monroeville VFD kept ambulance driver Tarence Mosey behind the wheel after he killed woman and was DUI in another incident
An Horry County firefighter is charged with driving under the influence following a weekend arrest and was no longer employed with Horry County Fire Rescue on Monday, according to Lisa Bourcier, Horry County spokeswoman.
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SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio Fire Department paramedic is serving a 90-day suspension following a string of drunk driving arrests last year.
Erich Wolf, a paramedic assigned to Fire Station 9 on San Antonio’s east side, had already been flagged by SAFD supervisors for tardiness when he was arrested for DWI in Austin on August 15.
Huntington, WVA. — 01/22/2015 — A Huntington firefighter was placed on suspension without pay after being arrested Jan. 4 on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI).
Shane Masters, who has been with the Huntington Fire Department since 2003, was arrested for the fourth time in connection with a DUI incident, according to a spokesperson from the mayor’s office.
Bryan Chambers, communications director of Huntington said the incident raises concerns for the city’s current policies on validating employees’ driver’s licenses.
“We conduct checks when someone is initially hired,” Chambers said.