Bellevue Mayor Ned Burns said during his shift in the week of May 20th, Silvester violated several clearly established city and state policing policies. This comes just weeks after Silvester was put on probation and given what is called a “last chance agreement” with his superior officers. Because of his continue policy violations, he was let go, the mayor said.
The mayor goes on to say that these latest policy violations have nothing to do with tone or tenor of his speech that he posts online. He was not terminated for the content of his speech. The decision made by commanders within the Bellevue Marshal’s Office. The mayor added that neither he nor the city council had any influence on their decision to terminate Silvester.
Burns concludes by saying, “We wish Mr. Silvester the best, and we ask for calm and understanding.”
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