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Supervisors disciplined in shift scandal at Cleveland Fire Department

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The first discipline is being handed out in the shift scandal at the Cleveland Fire Department.

Cleveland City Hall is taking action against three supervisors because firefighter Calvin Robinson worked 12 days in 2.5 years. The supervisors are taking the first fall for allowing that to happen.

Robinson and several other firefighters are still under investigation for getting full pay and benefits and going long stretches without working.

More supervisors are likely to be punished, as internal and criminal investigations are now underway.

19 Action News Reporter Ed Gallek will have much more on this story starting First at Four.

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