The lawsuit alleges Amos failed to properly document when Houck allegedly attacked Strabone in his driveway and instead tried to retaliate against Strabone by bringing him up on administrative departmental charges.
Amos said “everything will be aired out” when the suit goes to court. The lawsuit claims Amos acted against Strabone for …read more
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