Man Who Fired Bartender For Calling Police On Patron May Resign (story update)
SHELBY, Ohio - The man who fired a woman for calling police to report a drunken patron who got behind the wheel of a vehicle said he is considering resigning after his decision received national attention.
Mic Hubbard, the Post Commander of the American Legion, told 10TV News last week that he fired bartender Twyla DeVito for not following procedure after she reported a patron to police.
Patron Mike Ramey, 64, failed a field sobriety test and was charged with driving drunk. He has since pleaded no contest to an OVI charge and has had his license suspended for six months.
Now, Hubbard said he is considering leaving his job.
“The American Legion, nor myself, by any way condones or supports drunk driving,” Hubbard said.