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Betrayal: Wife of injured deputy says the department broke the law. Now she's going after them
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his wife says that even though their department talks about the importance of family and being there for each other, they turned their back on him when he needed them most. 

She says the department broke the law. And now she’s suing them. 

Pennell had to learn how to walk again after a 2016 on-duty hit and run crash left him in need of multiple surgeries.

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Comments:
You Go Girl. Gods Speed !!!!!!! And may God heal your husband and we appreciate hi service.
Posted by Harley at 10/26/2019 1:04:30 PM

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