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a semi suggestive drawing from my female supervisor, who retired at about the same time I left,
and also; "will you be taking the kids to [a local jail] "
(this is a small town with proportional gossip, and this may be related to the fact that I was just about to be served with a disorderly conduct/dv charge.
and also, when I was fired, the head of HR knew asked' have you been 'picked up' by [the local police department] this was in fact true, but I was taken to the hospital by them for an ex parte 2 motnsh before. Does the school district hr have a right to know this? I was not taken to jail, and it was an incident between me and an adult relative i was living with.
it was *not* an arrest though. I was simply transported to the hospital by the police because of a court order.
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