Juvenile justice commissioner fired following investigation
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — State personnel records say Kentucky’s juvenile justice commissioner has been fired following an investigation into allegations of harassment and bullying. Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration released the records of LaShana M. Harris to news outlets Wednesday night in response to open records requests. A letter from Personnel Secretary Gerina D. Whethers on March 23 informs Harris of her immediate termination. The investigative report says Harris frequently engaged in conduct that was “threatening, offensive and unwelcome” and her actions created a toxic environment. Harris disputed the findings. She said the investigation was incomplete and unfairly impugns her character.
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