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    Pope Firefighter Charged In Murder Of 2-Year-Old

    Story by wral

    HARNETT COUNTY, N.C. -- A Harnett County man is charged with killing his 2-year-old stepdaughter.




    Andrew Marcus Stewart, an enlisted firefighter at Pope Air Force Base, is is being held without bond in the death of Adrianna Penn.

    Stewart is charged with one count of murder and two counts of felony child abuse by inflicting serious injury. He is being held in the Harnett County jail without bond for the murder charge and a $60,000 secured bond for the abuse charges.

    The Sheriff's Office said the charges stem from two different occasions at the suspect's residence.

    Penn died at Womack Army Medical Center Monday. Hospital workers said the toddler had bruises on her body and face.

    An autopsy will be conducted.
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    Fire House Computers Confiscated In Sex Probe
    Chief Suspended In August

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    FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. -- Sex crimes detectives in Flagler Beach, Fla., confiscated two fire station computers Monday that may have been used to access child pornography, according to Local 6 News.




    Local 6 News reported that the computers allegedly belonged to Fire Chief Robbie Creal, 51. Creal was suspended in late August after a drug test indicated he had used marijuana.

    Local 6 News learned Monday that Creal's computers were confiscated two weeks ago, shortly after the arrest of volunteer Robert Vega.

    Vega has been accused of molesting three boys who he allegedly met as a fire station volunteer. He faces charges of sexual battery.

    Local 6 News reported that investigators will search the contents of the fire station computers.

    "We've had some information that there may be things that have gone out over the last few years that we are looking into," Flagler Police Chief Mike Plummer said.

    Creal is reportedly suspended indefinitely as the investigation continues.
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    These individuals deserve to punished to the fullest extent of the law. I hope they get put away for a long time.
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    Just wanted to bump this up to the first page

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    How distressing! This is the same department where the Chief was charged with marijuana use...just recently!
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    As far as the Pope Air Force Base case goes...I think he should just be let out in the general jail population and they will manage his punishment. In my experience with law enforcement years ago....I learned that even the hardest of criminals did not think much of other criminals who mistreat or abuse children....

    As far as Flagler County goes.....well...Just to make sure you know...that is on the opposite coast from me....
    I posted the original story on Chief Creel but had not seen this new developement.
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    Post Another case of inappropriate behavior

    Since this thread seems to be about things firefighters do wrong in relation to laws I thought I would just post this here instead of a new thread.

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    Firefighter Charged With Possession Of Steroids
    By JOSE PATINO GIRONA jpatino@tampatrib.com
    Published: Sep 18, 2002




    TAMPA - A Hillsborough County firefighter was charged with possession of steroids and morphine after he returned from a cruise.
    Six-year firefighter James Cunningham of Valrico and two friends were arrested Monday outside Channelside. They had returned from a cruise that took them to Cozumel, Mexico, said Lt. Rod Reder, a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office spokesman.

    He said Cunningham and his friends, Bret Gustafson of Riverview and Todd Harper of Brandon, purchased controlled substances from a discount pharmacy in Cozumel.

    Cunningham, 26, was found with vials of liquid steroid, tablets of anabolic steroid and 8 grams of morphine sulfate tablets in his suitcase, Reder said.

    Cunningham was charged with four counts of possession of a controlled substance, three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a drug without a prescription and one count of trafficking in illegal drugs, jail records show. Cunningham was released after posting $81,000 bond.

    Gustafson and Harper, both 33, were charged with conspiracy to possess anabolic steroids. They were released on $2,500 bail each.

    Cunningham was placed on administrative leave.


    Reporter Jose Patino Girona can be reached at (813) 657-4534.
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