MARRIED ABC ENFORCEMENT AGENT WANTED A FEMALE TO "RIDE ALONG" - SUPERVISOR WANTED PROOF IT'S NOT A GIRLFRIEND
|ABC ENFORCEMENT AGENT MICHAEL BUSH ASKED IF AN UNNAMED FEMALE COULD RIDE ALONG WITH HIM|
Back in July, married ABC Enforcement Agent Michael Bush asked his supervisor, Kenny Heroman, if it was okay if a female who was not a police officer nor his wife could ride along with him while he was performing his official duties for the ABC.
Heroman, not sufficiently empowered to make any semi-important decisions, asked tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet for input.
|HEROMAN AND HAMLET|
Hamlet, not having any experience whatsoever in supervising staff and not being known for his intelligence, after thinking about the question for most of the day said it was okay.
Heroman, having some actual supervisory experience and reflecting on a similar situation that occurred when he was a Captain with the Pine Bluff Police Department wanted proof she was not Bush's girlfriend.
Wonder what Bush's wife thinks about that?
We don't know what a female employee of the Fusion Center (part of the Arkansas State Police) that worked on domestic terrorism would accomplish, workwise, by riding along with an employee of the ABC. Seems like this might be something that could get a domestic relations case going between Bush and his wife.