Representatives of two Alejandro County Sheriffs, who ate and posed for a picture at a Brentwood restaurant in violation of state shutdown orders by being open, have been re-appointed and placed in isolation.
The crack egg on Brownsville Road has been in constant violation of orders from government Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine during the Govt-19 epidemic.
Saturday is no exception. On the day the new order to ban indoor dining came into effect until January 4, Crack Egg posted several pictures on its Facebook page showing a dining room full of unmasked customers. One – later removed – owner Kimberly Wykand showed up with two delegates in full.
None of the photos show masks.
Chief Deputy Sheriff Kevin Cross said Monday morning that the two deputies assigned to the home warrant car had been placed in isolation and reappointed.
Cross said he was aware of the situation Sunday morning. The photo clearly shows the delegates “directly violating our policies and the state health order of the governor.
Two delegates – one with two years of experience and one in three – immediately disassembled their car and sent it home for isolation.
In addition, when they return to work, Delegates, who said he would not be named, will be transferred to the courtroom and the afternoon uniform section, Cross said.
“It’s not a depression, however, it’s not the level they wanted,” Cross said.
The investigation is ongoing.
“They are entitled to due process. However, if we find that they violate our policies or the Governor’s health order in any way, we will take prompt and appropriate disciplinary action.”
Cross said he would not comment on the verdict of the delegates on eating at the restaurant or posing for the film.
“As a sheriff’s assistant, no matter what you think of the order, you must act professionally and objectively to comply with all laws and orders,” Cross said. “We have an obligation to do that.”
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In a Facebook post, Crack Egg wrote: “So my outlook today was amazing உங்கள் Your support and love for us was fantastic! It was relentless to close from the open position. We thank you with all our hearts.
“I never expected so many people, how happy and beautiful you all were. We sold from bacon, sausage, steak, ham, pancakes, cheesy, potato pancakes, wheat, rye !!! Still waiting for you to get a table to eat something.
“We stand together and fight tyranny. God bless us all, God bless America.”
Tom Wolf’s Facebook page also features a photo with the words “Banned from this restaurant”, while the owner points out with a smile.
On Monday morning, Cody, who took the call from a reporter, said, “I want to talk to you about this, but we’re too busy right now.”
The restaurant recently ran a full-page ad on a local flyer that featured breads and other groceries: “Start your day cracking with us. The page of freedom served at every meal! No need for masks. ”
Aleni County spokeswoman Amy Towns said the Department of Health’s food safety unit will visit Crack Egg on Monday and expect the restaurant to close.
Violation of the governor’s order was related, he said, and it was up to the Brentwood police to close the restaurant. A message with Brentwood police was not immediately withdrawn.
The Crack Egg, Chapter 11, filed for bankruptcy in October, after Alehney County, which had previously filed a civil complaint against the restaurant, was a party to the enemy’s action.
A state conference in the case was set for Tuesday morning in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court by Judge Jeffrey A. Schmidt. Teller is pre-planned.
Downs said the sheriff’s office will close the restaurant if a court order is issued.
On Monday, the U.S. Marine Corps Charget. Matthew R., Coordinator of Toys for Toads in South Alehi County. Day said the restaurant is using its logo illegally.
In another Facebook post, Crack Egg wrote that they are toys for the Dots Drop-Off location. In a picture in the post, it says: “Proud Boys and Crack Eggs are proud to bring you Steel City Toys. Donations are accepted from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dec. 14-19. ”
“We know business and company are using the Pride Boys’ logo on Toys for Dot Illegal,” Day wrote in an email. “The Toys for Dots Foundation is aware of the situation and will address this issue. We do not support this collection campaign and will not accept any donations from them.
“I encourage those who wish to donate to legitimate drop sites to visit our website”
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