A Kenosha Firefighter and EMT, Kerry Poltrock, is on paid administrative leave for at least the third time for alleged criminal conduct. Kenosha Sheriff’s Detectives were investigating Poltrock for sexually assaulting his two young daughters until City Administrator and former police chief John Morrissey intervened. On June 3, 2022, Morrissey told KCE, after reading court documents, that he was directing the City’s Human resources department to re-open an investigation into Poltrock’s sexual assault allegations. Monday, June 13, 2022, Fire Chief Bigley told KCE that he put Poltrock on leave again.
Here are some previous articles to read about Poltrock:
The Kenosha Firefighters Union, Local 4-1-4, is seemingly standing by their member. We reached out to each and every member of the executive board and not one member would tell KCE why they were standing by and defending Poltrock. Here is a list of the union officers:
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***Reminder. The Kenosha News has refused to report on Poltrock***