- 8/31/2007 - [OH] There's hate in that suicide threat Laura
- 10/5/2007 - [OH] Dangerous Detective Earl - Protection order lifted & GPS off his ankle?
October 18, 2007
LORAIN - A Lorain police officer placed on paid medical leave in August in the wake of a reported suicide threat has returned to work. Corey Earl, 45, was placed on light duty Oct. 8 after doctors provided Lorain police Chief Cel Rivera with a letter saying he was fit for work... Rivera is still not allowing Earl to carry a duty weapon, but could return the 17-year veteran officer to the streets with a weapon if he passes an INDEPENDENT “fit for duty” exam and is exonerated in Oberlin Municipal Court of a charge of violating a civil protection order that his estranged wife, Laura Earl, requested against him...
“OUR GOAL IS TO GET HIM BACK WHOLE AGAIN AND MAKE SURE HE GETS THE HELP HE NEEDS.”
[What about Laura?]
...The protection order also barred Earl from carrying a weapon, but the order was dropped in an agreement he and his wife reached in court late last month, which means Earl can now have a firearm... [WHO will ask what PRESSURE there is on LAURA when the police CHIEF is "ANXIOUS" to get him back? WHO will ask, "WHO can Laura turn to?"]
(Full article here)