Police officer who admitted to sexual encounters while on duty was disciplined twice before being fired
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The Tennessee cop who was fired for having sex with six of her police co-workers had been given a previous warning about her job month earlier.
But prior to the investigation regarding her sexual conduct, Hall was given a final warning after numerous unrelated incidents.
Hall had several on-duty car crashes which are said to have cost the PD thousands of dollars and even resulted in Hall having to go to hospital.
The first crash occurred in November 2021, according to report obtained by the Daily Mail.
The report states: “While responding she traveled on Floyd Mayfield and crossed over the dip at Sand Hill at a high rate of speed.
“She failed to slow down going through the intersection. This resulted in functional damage to her patrol car of $1,000.”
In 2022, she was hit with a day’s suspension after the vehicle she was in smacked into the back of another car.
A report about the incident reads: “She states she was attempting to merge lanes due to her lane ending on to Murfreesboro Road.
“Hall states she thought the driver of the vehicle in front of her had already merged and accelerated onwards.
"These actions caused a collision between the vehicles. Initial repairs for both vehicles are between $3,000 and $4,000.”
In October of the same year, she was given a three day suspension for another incident which saw her drive across several lanes of traffic and directly into the path of a van.
An account of that incident, seen by the Daily Mail, reads: “Both vehicles ended in the center median with substantial damage to the van and Officer Hall's patrol vehicle. Officer Hall was injured in the crash and taken to Stonecrest Medical Center.”
As a result of the three crashes, Hall was given her final warning.
Hall, who is married, was ultimately fired from her role in December 2022 after an internal investigation was launched into Hall's alleged sexual misconduct with other officers.
Patrol officer Juan Lugo-Perez, Sgt. Henry Ty McGowan, Sgt. Lewis Powell and detective Seneca Shields have also been terminated, while Patrol and K-9 Officer Larry Holladay, Patrol Officer Patrick Magliocco and Patrol Officer Gavin Schoeberl have been suspended.