Cal Fire this year has an expanded budget to create a professional standards office that would carry out background checks and internal investigations. Last year, the department offered a job to a man who had been convicted of impersonating a firefighter during robberies.
Cal Fire this year has an expanded budget to create a professional standards office that would carry out background checks and internal investigations. Last year, the department offered a job to a man who had been convicted of impersonating a firefighter during robberies. Joe Johnston The Tribune News of San Luis Obispo
Cal Fire this year has an expanded budget to create a professional standards office that would carry out background checks and internal investigations. Last year, the department offered a job to a man who had been convicted of impersonating a firefighter during robberies. Joe Johnston The Tribune News of San Luis Obispo

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July 13, 2017 6:30 AM

He impersonated a firefighter in a burglary. Then Cal Fire gave him a job.

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