ATF Agent Gets $450,000 Settlement In Email Harassment Case

A supervisor for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Seattle is receiving a $450,000 settlement after complaining of racial harassment from a co-worker with a Nazi tattoo. The Seattle Times reports Cheryl Bishop, a senior supervisory agent who is black, complained of harassment from Bradley Devlin, the bureau’s resident agent in charge […]

Volunteer Firefighters In San Juan County Accused Of Misusing Fuel Card

FARMINGTON — A former and a current San Juan County volunteer firefighter were arrested and accused of conspiring to embezzle about $7,700 using county fuel cards for their own personal use. Zachary Trujillo, 27, and Kyrie Watkins, 27, are each accused of a third-degree felony count of embezzlement and a fourth-degree felony count of conspiracy, […]

Providence Settles Police Overtime Complaint For $1.5 Million

PROVIDENCE — The city has reached a $1.5-million settlement agreement with its police union over overtime payments 400-plus officers and retirees alleged they are owed. Mayor Jorge Elorza and City Treasurer James Lombardi III and the union, through its then-President Taft Manzotti, agreed this month to settle the years-long legal dispute over claims that the […]