A.S.O. Employee Punished for Burger King Incident
He's the son of the Alachua County Sheriff's Office's number two man, and now he's being punished for what police say might have been a drunken Burger King incident in December.
Despite the A.S.O employee's familial ties, Sheriff Sadie Darnell leveled what she calls "a severe punishment."
To find out what that punishment is, you can watch the video on the right.
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