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Terry Roeher's disciplinary history*

September 08, 2010 - n May 13, 2010 – Terminated for reporting to work May 9 while allegedly smelling of alcohol, intoxicated and unable to perform his duties.

n March 12, 2010 – Written warning for alleged "unprofessional behavior" towards members of the Oxford Police Department and the public while responding to a March 5 call.

n Aug. 28, 2009 – Received a 16-hour suspension without pay for the following alleged incidents: 1) Allegedly drove a department-provided vehicle while on duty to a Hooters restaurant in Troy; 2) As the training officer for an Aug. 23 "live burn" exercise, Roeher allegedly reported for duty dressed in sandals, shorts and a T-shirt in violation of the department dress code; 3) Allegedly violated paid call-in procedures on Aug. 20; and 4) Allegedly failed to perform duties as department training officer by providing monthly reports of North Oakland Training Committee meetings.

n June 25, 2009 – Received a verbal warning based on a citizen complaint regarding Roeher's allegedly "unprofessional behavior" toward medical personnel at the Oxford Campus of the POH Regional Medical Center.

n June 17, 2009 – Warning issued after an off-duty Livonia police officer reported to the fire department that he clocked the department vehicle Roeher was allegedly driving in excess of 82 miles per hour on I-94. Roeher was allegedly "weaving in and out of traffic."

n June 16, 2009 – Written warning for allegedly leaving work without notifying anyone.

n Sept. 24, 2004 – Written warning for "workplace hostility, harassment and intimidation" after several employees complained about Roeher's alleged behavior in the workplace.

n March 2, 2002 – Written warning for "verbal harassment/hostility in the workplace." During an investigation of a previous allegation of unprofessional conduct, Roeher allegedly violated a directive from the chief to not contact employees regarding the allegations.

* Source: The "notice of termination" issued in May 2010 to former Fire Capt. Terry Roeher by Fire Chief Pete Scholz.

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