Deputy ignores call in video posted on YouTube: ‘Someone’s getting shot right now … oh well’

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The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has launched an investigation into a video posted on YouTube that shows a deputy ignoring a call of a shooting while recording a personal message to his ex-girlfriend.

The undated video was made public last month by Priscilla Anderson after she felt L.A. County Sheriff’s officials had ignored her when she reported the deputy’s misconduct in emails and phone calls.

“I posted them for myself,” Anderson told The Times on Thursday. “No one was doing anything; all the emails, phone calls — nothing. I just wanted to put it out there and let people know what was going on.”

In the video, the deputy is in uniform, wearing sunglasses and sitting inside his patrol car, recording a message for Anderson when a radio call of a shooting comes through. The deputy, who has been identified by the Sheriff’s Department as Jeremy Fennell, 26, pauses to hear the call before speaking to the camera.


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