LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – A Larimer County sheriff’s deputy accused of driving through a fence in Loveland and then driving away has been fired.

The sheriff office’s fired Sgt. Isaac Nail, 46, Friday after an internal investigation. He’s accused of hitting the fence while driving to work in his personal vehicle last month near Knobcone Drive and Garfield Avenue, not far from Horseshoe Lake.

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The homeowners say Nail didn’t stop to contact them and he was in deputy’s uniform at the time.

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Nail has been with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office 20 years. He had worked in the jail.