City Employee Fighting to Keep His Job

One of the two city employees arrested for possession of marijuana has his appeal hearing before the Dothan Personnel Board.

40-year-old Bruce Iverson was arrested in May along with 34-year-old Kendric Lamar Corbitt.

Police say they found marijuana inside a city trash truck.

Iverson worked for the city's environmental division and was placed on administrative leave following the incident.

Police say they found marijuana inside a truck after getting a tip that the men had the drugs.


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  • by no name Location: hartford on Jun 27, 2008 at 12:10 PM
    if i get caught with pot in my car, is the county going to pay me too for being off of work while they investagate,, i dont think so i would be in jail so what is the difference here.. do i need to be a city employee to stay out of trouble,, sending the wrong message here !!!!!!
  • by Anonymous on Jun 27, 2008 at 10:21 AM
    This Provides a New Meaning to the Words "Trash Service"
  • by bira Location: rio dj, brazil on Jun 26, 2008 at 10:36 AM
    VICTIM LESS CRIME. LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS TO PRIORITIZE. I WOULD ASSUME THE ONES WHO ARE PROSECUTING TRASH MEN, MAY BE USERS OR ALCOHOLICS THEMSELVES. STOP WASTING TIME CONDEMNING POOR HARMLESS POT SMOKERS. I WOULD SMOKE POT TOO IF I HAD TO PICK UP PEOPLES TRASH ALL DAY. A THANKLESS JOB.
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