Why has the East Ridge employee who was fired for theft not been charged with theft?
City Manager Scott Miller made the statement that the employee had problems and that the stolen items were returned. What does that have to do with the employee stealing?
He has had a history of abuse of city resources.
Why is he not being prosecuted?
By the reasoning of the city manager we should not prosecute anyone who has problems and, if items are recovered, then a thief should not be prosecuted. Is this another good ole boy situation? Different standard for employees than citizens?
The city manager should be fired, the fired employee should be prosecuted and the citizens should be offered an apology.
Citizens expect an answer.