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SALT LAKE CITY — Allegations of offenses ranging from the alteration of time cards to having sex while on duty led two officers to lose their peace officer certification and six other certified officers to have their certifications suspended during a hearing Thursday.
— Bryan Cunningham, Utah Valley University Police Department: Cunningham was handed a 1 1/2-year suspension for falsifying his time card, which is a government record. Utah Assistant Attorney General Lynda Viti told the board Cunningham had a previous suspension for DUI in 2014 and had resigned from the UVU Police Department in November.
— Kevin Fuller, West Jordan Police Department: Fuller was fired from the West Jordan Police Department in April 2017 after the department determined he had altered an evidence log from a 2013 case and then lied to the department about it.
— Scott Garrett, POST cadet: The board suspended Garrett’s certification for two years for not disclosing previous methamphetamine use and selling methamphetamine roughly five years before he applied in 2017.
— Martha Alejandra-Gonzalez, Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office: The board suspended Alejandra-Gonzalez’s certification for one year following a DUI conviction in Idaho in September 2018. She was fired from the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office a month earlier.
— Kenneth Hammon, Davis County Sheriff’s Office: The board recommended a letter of caution for Hammon for hitting a civilian employee at the county jail.
— Steven Harlow, Blanding Police Department: An investigation from an outside agency found Harlow had lied about a relationship with a 17-year-old nanny he had hired to care for his children, Viti said. Harlow initially denied a physical relationship, but later said he had kissed his nanny.
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