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Administrative : Employee Termination –  Sufficiency Of Evidence – Notice

Where a city employee challenged his dismissal from employment based on his complicity in thefts from a tow truck lot, circumstantial evidence supported the finding that the employee aided and abetted the thief, so his conduct justified his termination, and the judgment is affirmed because the employee was given sufficient notice of why he was being considered for termination.

Judgment is affirmed.

Brown v. City of St. Louis (MLW No. 72071/Case No. ED106186 – 10 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Sullivan, J.) Appealed from circuit court, St. Louis City, Dierker, J. (Paul L. Schmitz and Richard B. Blanke for appellant) (J. Brent Dulle for respondent).

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