Texas fire captain suspended for revealing ‘penis ring’ to fast food employee

A captain for the Plano, Texas Fire Department was recently suspended and demoted after being arrested and accused of exposing his genitals to a fast food employee, according to official documents. from the City of Plano obtained through a public records request. This is the second suspension the captain has faced in two years and the first stemming from criminal charges.

According to official documents, including suspension records and police reports, an employee at Chicken Express in Commerce, Texas, filed a police report on June 8, 2021, stating that Captain Aaron Deary then exposed his genitals while “playing with himself” like he was ordering food during their drive.

Copy of receipt from transaction at Chicken Express showing cardholder name of Aaron Deary. Deary did not respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment.

Police records show that Deary was charged with indecent contact on June 8, and a warrant for his arrest was issued on July 19. On July 27, Deary wrote to him via email. to a member of the Plano Police Department’s Office of Professional Standards to explain the indecent contact charge and offer to surrender yourself.

“On June 8, 2021, I decided to go to the grocery store to buy groceries,” Deary wrote. “After receiving the groceries, I realized I needed to pee. So, instead of going back to the store, I decided to pee into an empty water bottle. I ended up spilling a water bottle full of pee on my shorts and seat. So I took off my shorts and bra because they were soaked.”

Deary went on to say that he tried to cover himself with a towel and explained that because he was wearing a shirt and driving a “¾ ton, 4X4” truck, no one could see him. nude from the waist down. “Turns out I was wrong,” Deary wrote.

“I reached for his card so he could pay for his order and I went back to cash him out and I gave the card back to him and he pulled his penis out,” said one. signed affidavit from the complainant. “He was alone, not speaking, just looking at me. I gave him the card and food and he drove away. I told my manager about what he did and he has a gold penis ring on his penis.”

The official suspension report notes that the police summary of the investigation contains information “regarding the ‘chicken loop’ described [in the victim’s] declared to the police. However, the information alluded to was completely redacted, citing two Texas waivers of disclosure laws relating to “ongoing criminal investigations” and “very intimate or intimate” details. shameful”.

A press representative for the City of Plano wrote: “Re-edited sections relate to the open investigation in Commerce, Texas. “Any comments or further information provided on that will have to be obtained by going through their record request process.”

An email sent to the contact email listed for the Commercial Police Department on the city’s official website was bounced. When called, a representative from the Commercial Police Department said it would call back Monday during business hours and ask for the head. The Plano Police Department did not respond to a request for comment.

Until September 10, 2021, a decision was made to suspend Captain Deary for 90 days and voluntarily demote due to the “grave nature” of his conduct. The suspension report notes that Deary’s response to the allegations “did not address the allegation of sexual gratification” and concluded that “by disclosing himself to Chicken Express employees… and not being forthright.” In his statements about the incident, Deary was private to the public, engaged in conduct that was prejudicial to good order, and did not comply with the Fire-Rescue Standard of Conduct. ”

This is not the first time Deary has been suspended for misconduct. On June 6, 2019, he was suspended for six shifts or 144 hours for failing to correct a firefighter whose communication was deemed “insensitive, rude, or uncaring.” by Plano”. The report notes three separate calls in which a firefighter refused to take a patient to the hospital and penalized Deary for failing to correct their behavior and evading his duties.

This is the second time the fire captain Plano has been suspended in the past four months. Make the title. In September, the fire department suspended Captain Richie Floyd for 24 hours after he asked a paramedic for help to obtain a fraudulent vaccination card for his unvaccinated wife so that she may fly to New York City for a vacation, where proof of vaccinations is required to dine in the house. and other entertainment. The federal Department of Health and Human Services’ specifically warned that it is illegal to distribute blank vaccine cards. The Plano Fire Department considers Floyd’s case to be over and he has been allowed to return to work.

Deary’s latest suspension due to an allegation of indecent exposure ended on Saturday. When asked if Deary would return to work, the city of Plano said Deary would return to work on December 14.

“Deary has been taken off shift and assigned to the Fire Administration while an internal investigation is conducted by the Plano Police Department Office of Professional Standards,” wrote a City of Plano press representative. . “Following completion of the investigation, and consideration of Deary’s statement letter to the Plano City Fire and Police Civil Service Commissions, an agreement has been reached to suspend 90 days without pay and to two ranks.”

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ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: clarefora@interreviewed.com.

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