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County suspends permit for local EMT
12/05/2018

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--The Brown County Commission has voted to suspend for six months the emergency vehicle permit for a local volunteer EMT.

The Commission took the action Monday after County Attorney Kevin Hill reviewed a Hiawatha Police Department report concerning an October 31 incident involving Jeremy Stover.  Hiawatha Police Chief John Defore joined the meeting by phone.

Stover was issued a citation by the Police Department for allegedly activating the emergency lights and siren on his private vehicle when he was not responding to an emergency call.

Stover requested that he be allowed to keep his permit.

The Commission said they will review the permit in six months and determine if it should be reinstated.  In the meantime, the Commission requested that Stover take a lights and sirens class.

 

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