5 Florida Firefighters Accused of Forging ACLS Certification

They're accused of allegedly having bogus documents


 
 

Erika Pesantes and Linda Trischitta, Sun Sentinel | | Friday, October 19, 2012


FORT LAUDERDALE — Five current Fort Lauderdale firefighters and a former member of the department have been accused of using bogus medical certification cards in a yearlong corruption probe.

The charges, according to arrest warrants from the Broward State Attorney's Office, stem from forged documents that officials say were discovered during an August 2011 audit by the Florida Department of Health.

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