Fla. deputy receives two-day suspension after losing shotgun

Susannah Bryan
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
WESTON, Fla. — Broward Sheriff's Deputy Jeremy Reynolds has received a two-day unpaid suspension after his police-issued shotgun tumbled from the trunk of his cruiser onto Stirling Road without his noticing.

A Southwest Ranches woman driving behind Reynolds on Feb. 25 stopped to retrieve the shotgun, then called police when she couldn't track down Reynolds' car, a recently released Internal Affairs report says.

Reynolds, who also received a written reprimand, is not appealing the suspension, according to the agency. He has been with the Sheriff's Office since September 2001.

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