Tweets from LA County sheriff’s deputy on Compton shooting stir controversy
LOS ANGELES – The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect who fired onto two LA County sheriff’s deputies is now up to $300,000 after several anonymous donors came forward.
Meanwhile, a controversial tweet connected to that shooting has a member of the department in hot water tonight.
“It perpetuates hate, bigotry. I would say she has no place in law enforcement,” said Michelle Chambers Compton City Councilwoman.
Chambers is talking about these posts on social media made by Deputy Juanita Navarro, a public information officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.