Missouri Paramedic Drives Ambulance to Daughter's Game, Prompts Controversy

One committee member is taking issue with the fact that he used a city vehicle for personal use


Doug Miner, Maplewood-Brentwood Patch | | Wednesday, November 28, 2012

BRENTWOOD, Mo. -- A Brentwood paramedic used a city ambulance to go watch his daughter play volleyball at St. Mary Magdalen, alderman and Public Safety Committee member Anthony Harper said.

The Public Safety Committee discussed firefighters and police officers using city vehicles to go to sporting events, QuikTrip, a drive-through or home, as a result of that use of a city vehicle, at their meeting on Thursday.

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