Saturday, February 22, 2014

Derek Carlile Goes Back to Work

Derek Carlile

Seattlepi further to our previous discussion

A Marysville police officer who was fired and then reinstated after his gun killed his 7-year-old daughter is set to return to work Friday.
Derek Carlile appealed his firing and last month was awarded his job back in binding arbitration.
The Daily Herald reports ( ) city officials have not said what Carlile's position will be. The 32-year-old previously worked in patrol.
In March 2012, Carlile left a .38-caliber revolver in a parked van with his children. His 3-year-old son found it and fatally shot his 7-year-old sister.
A jury was unable to reach a verdict on a manslaughter charge against Carlile. He was fired in the spring of 2013, but the Marysville Police Officers Association won a grievance case to have him reinstated.

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