“It’s food, and I thought that I was doing a good thing,” Gloria Mayo said.
After someone spotted them distributing the food in the jail’s parking lot, an investigator reached out to tell them they’d been suspended without pay.
“He said, ‘I’m putting you on administrative leave without pay for participating in the food co-op,’” Triana Collier said.
Channel 2 reached out for more information about the incident, but the sheriff’s office has not responded.
The group told the news station that it’s tough to get another job in law enforcement once you’ve been fired.
“A lot of agencies won’t touch you after you’ve been terminated,” Collier said.
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