Warner Robins Fire Department deputy chief allegedly drove city vehicle to scene after drinking

  • Source: WMAZ-TV CBS 13 Macon
  • Published: 08/08/2018 05:58 PM

On July 5th, a fire broke out at a home on Windsor Drive. The blaze destroyed most of a residential building before firefighters from the Warner Robins Fire Department managed to contain it Newly obtained documents show one of those firefighters shouldn't have been on the scene in the first place. Fire department deputy chief Robert Wood drove a city vehicle to the fire, and discipline records obtained by 13WMAZ show two officer-grade firefighters on the scene believed Wood showed signs that indicated he had been drinking. After being confronted by one of them, Wood left the scene. He initially denied that he'd been drinking, records show, but a field sobriety test administered at his house later that night showed he had been. Wood later admitted to department chief Ross Moulton that he'd been drinking prior to the call.


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