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Howard County Sheriff deputy terminated for social media post

Howard County Sheriff deputy Bradley Young was terminated on Dec. 27 for a controversial social media post regarding a Fayette Subway employee according to Howard County Sheriff Mike Neal. (Photo from Howard County Sheriff Office, Facebook).

Howard County Sheriff deputy Bradley Young was terminated from the sheriff's office Dec. 27 for a controversial social media post regarding a Fayette Subway employee, according to Howard County Sheriff Mike Neal.

"We've had policies, we've had meetings conducted by the commissioners, we have deputy meetings every so often and it has been reinforced. I don't know how he wouldn't know that's not tolerated," Neal said.

Neal said Young is currently in the process of appealing his termination.

"It's just one of those things in law enforcement, everyone keeps their eye on you," Neal said.

Young posted a photo of Subway employee Neda Smith, who appears to be resting her head in the back of the store. Young posted on his personal Facebook making fun of Smith, who later said she had a seizure.

"When you have to walk in and wake up a Subway worker to try to order. Then get told she's not feeling well as she's stumbling everywhere. Yeah not ordering from you today," Young's Dec. 23 post said.

Fayette Subway General Manager, Laurie Roth then took a screenshot of Young's Facebook post and shared it on her page expressing that her employee had a seizure.

"I just want everyone to know my employee is fine, she had a seizure at work last night. The police officer below came in to eat, she told him she wasn't feeling well and he just laughed at her and left. Then posted this on his Facebook page," Roth said in her Facebook post.








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