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Court upholds Holliday firing

Judge says commission ‘abused its discretion’

August 30, 2013

PARKERSBURG — A judge has upheld the firing of a Parkersburg police officer more than three years ago....

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denver

Aug-30-13 5:56 PM

For one thing, how did they arrive at that opinion, and what did they base it on. They said themselves they did not dispute the alleged acts by Holliday, but stated "his conduct did not rise to the level to warrant termination. If theft of items after a traffic stop didn't warrant termination, what does? Lets bring thoes two members that voted to overturned the firing of Holliday and find out why

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Phoenix

Aug-30-13 11:42 AM

Too bad they can't get back the 3 yrs. back pay Hooliday got while suspended with pay. Good riddance to bad rubbish! He's not the only rotten apple in that basket.

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380AUTO

Aug-30-13 9:57 AM

ABOUT TIME NE THE REST OF THE STORY WILL TAKE YEARS TO COME OUT ON THE OTHER ONES!

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IFHPED

Aug-30-13 9:50 AM

It's about time!!

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denver

Aug-30-13 4:44 AM

Now its time to look into why the Parkersburg Police Civil Service Commission ABUSED its discretion by making a serious mistake in weighing the evidence and finding that Hollidays conduct didn't warrant termination in the first place

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tabledoc

Aug-30-13 12:28 AM

sad that is has drug on for so many months or maybe years.

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