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Arbitrator upholds termination

July 12, 2013

WARREN — The city’s decision to fire a veteran police officer jailed for five days after he failed to comply with terms of his probation has been upheld by an arbitrator....

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Jul-13-13 1:50 AM

Truly hope Rueben Shaw is cleared of any criminal and or serious wrongdoing that would result in termination. ( may be a bit bias but hey, he is a good person)

Miller is probaly done, arbitration was his best shot, sounds like he has a lot of personal problems, sad.

Nites, well he may have a shot though city seems confident of his firing. Arrogance and Eggo got him in this position. He is a little lying self serving A-hole. Feel sorry for his family, what an embarrassment.

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Jul-12-13 11:25 PM

We whole heatedly support Warren's finest.

However, these officers are not among the finest.

Hope there are no more.

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Jul-12-13 12:57 PM

"Many scumbag copes" Guess we know where you're coming from WP. Shame on you for your comment.

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Jul-12-13 8:29 AM

In certain employment areas, what you do away from your job is just as important. What you do is a reflection of who you are--This is called integrity! Without integrity, you are ineffective. These Officers are a contradiction to the very laws they have sworn to uphold. Disciplinary action and/or termination SHOULD occur!

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Jul-12-13 6:20 AM

Just another of the many scumbag cops in the WPD. Good to see him gone.

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Jul-12-13 6:19 AM

We hope its not true about Reuben Shaw taking that car, it's hard to believe he would take a car from someone and take it to his own garage,but stranger things have happened.

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Jul-12-13 5:15 AM

A cop not only has to be right, he has to look right at all times. Miller was not right and he didn't look right. End of story.

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