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Video: Ohio's 'Kissing Cop' Fired From 3rd LE Job In 5 Years

April 27, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Ohio's 'Kissing Cop' Kisses Again

A Delaware County deputy has been fired from her third law-enforcement job in five years.

Janine Senanayake had been in training or called off sick from her job as a road deputy nearly every day since April 9.

Senanayake was fired in a letter from acting Sheriff Scott Vance. She also was issued a one-day suspension yesterday for failing to show up at two hearings in Delaware Municipal Court in February. She had a pending administrative investigation against her from Feb. 27, apparently for missing court.

Read the full Columbus Dispatch story.


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Comments (4)

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Jason Barnes @ 4/30/2012 5:42 PM

Another achievement for affirmative action-style discrimination. How many white male cops would still have a job after such a multi-year pattern of idiocy, incompetence, and irresponsibility.

M. Tarte @ 5/1/2012 10:31 AM

You would think that agencies would get a clue. Most cops I know who have been fired never get a second chance. She's had three now. There are some people who have the desire to be LEOs and make the grade. Then there are those who may desire the job, but do not have what it takes for the job. She seems to be in the latter category.

Tom Ret @ 5/8/2012 5:51 PM

She thought she would kiss her way to the top but instead she likely will have kissed her career good bye. I wouldn't be surprised to see her bring suit claiming sexual discrimination and hiring Gloria Allred to represent her.

Ponderer @ 10/14/2014 2:14 PM

Wonder whose life she is ruining now. She needs to be deported back to Sri Lanka. Regarding the police chief, what 57 year old man can resist that kind of attention from a 30 year old.? Not many.

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