Second Officer Retires After Alleged Wild Ride
AURORA, Colo. (AP) – A second police officer allowed to represent his department at a South Dakota lawman’s funeral has retired after authorities say he and a fellow officer took an alcohol-fueled ride through Wyoming on their way to the service.
Police Chief Daniel Oates said he accepted Gerald Kirby’s retirement on Wednesday along with an apology.
On Monday, Officer Bradley
retired and apologized for his conduct.
Kirby and Bickett were accused of speeding past traffic with their emergency lights flashing and tossing trash from a window on their way to the South Dakota funeral of a fallen police officer.
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