STATter911.com has learned a firefighter is suspended while an investigation is underway into a firehouse sleepover. The allegations involve a volunteer at the Burtonsville Volunteer Fire Department in Montgomery County, Maryland.
According to sources familiar with the investigation, the firefighter returned to the station at Briggs Chaney Road and Old Columbia Pike with his date following a Saturday night out. She spent the night.
Her presence in the firehouse became very clear shortly before 5:00 AM on the morning of October 8. The sources say the woman was heading to the bathroom, but instead stopped along the way and used the bunk of a Montgomery County career firefighter as a toilet. That firefighter was asleep in the bed at the time.
Assistant Chief Scott Graham, a Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service spokesman, confirms that an investigation is ongoing. Graham says the fire chief’s office was notified of the incident by the chief and president of the Burtonsville Volunteer Fire Department. Montgomery County is not officially saying what allegations are being investigated.
Contacted by phone, Burtonsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Rob Ryan says he can’t comment due to the investigation.