FORT WORTH (AP) – A Fort Worth police officer who already had a driving while intoxicated charge pending when he was arrested in the fall on suspicion of drunken driving has been fired.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that according to a disciplinary letter filed with the Civil Service Commission, Zebadiah Rosado’s termination was effective Jan. 18. Rosado has appealed his firing.READ MORE: Dallas County Considering Cash, Other Prizes To Get More People Vaccinated
The letter says lab results taken after he was stopped in Fort Worth in October showed a blood alcohol concentration of 0.10, above the legal limit of 0.08.
At the time, Rosado was on limited duty and in a plainclothes position while awaiting the resolution of a DWI charge resulting from his arrest in July 2011 in North Richland Hills.READ MORE: Allen Couple Says Bobcat Family Moved Into Backyard
Attorneys for Rosado did not immediately return calls Friday.
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