2 employees fired at juvenile facility

June 25, 2006|By JUSTIN FENTON

Two employees were fired last week from a Department of Juvenile Services Eastern Shore facility for failing to follow proper procedures after learning that two youths had engaged in a sex act in a classroom, the department said. The employees became aware that a 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl had sexual intercourse as a film was shown in a darkened classroom on Tuesday but failed to report the incident for several hours, delaying an investigation, said Edward Hopkins, a department spokesman.

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