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October 24, 2014, 4:36 am
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Former Jerome Cop Given Two Years Probation

A former Jerome Police officer has been sentenced to probation for obstruction of justice, and won’t be able to work as a police officer again, under a deal worked out with county prosecutors.


The State Journal-Register reports that Steven Stirmell was sentenced to two years probation Friday.


Stirmell was indicted in 2012 for changing a DUI police report for the daughter of Todd Renfrow, the former City Water Light and Power general manager.


Stirmell himself was also was accused of DUI in 2012. The plea deal also prohibits Stirmell from possessing or consuming alcohol.

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