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Firefighter suspended, may lose job if convicted of felony

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An alleged domestic violence incident has led Mayor Gary McCarthy to clearly state his discipline policy regarding city employees. “If someone is convicted of a felony, I’m going to fire them,” he said. He suspended firefighter Darren R. Marino immediately when he learned of his arrest on domestic violence charges. Marino will be terminated if he is convicted of a felony charge, the mayor said. Marino, 43, of 2130 Ave. B, was charged Nov. 4 ...


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