A Brier Police officer was recently fired, he told our online news partner The Seattle Times, because of actions he made to help a neighboring jurisdiction.
Dan Anderson says he was stunned to learn that he’d been fired from the Brier Police Department for rushing to the aid of fellow officers after last month’s shooting that left three dead at a Mukilteo house party.
But he isn’t sorry for doing what he did.
“At the end of the day, you have to do what you think is right and let the chips fall where they may,” said Anderson, who had joined the Brier force eight months ago after serving 25 years as a Washington State Patrol trooper.
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