The photos were then shared in a group text where members of the homeowners association would comment on them, according to the sheriff’s office report. The complaint names eight members of the subdivision, including McCall’s wife.
Drinkard said the city has not received a copy of the sheriff’s office complaint and that it’s standard procedure for Alpharetta employees to be placed on paid leave until law enforcement and city officials have investigated the claims.
McCall has worked more than two decades for the city. He began his career with the Alpharetta Fire Department in 1999 and was appointed to the role of deputy public safety director in late 2014. He was elected to Forsyth County’s school board last year.
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