The Cleveland City Hall prankster who phoned in a phony workplace shooting on April Fool’s Day has a date with a judge on April 21st.
Wednesday, prosecutors charged Rhodia Wallace with Making False Alarms (a misdemeanor of the first degree). Her job meantime is safe, but she has been suspended for 10 days.
The mayor’s office released this statement about the incident:
After a review of the serious facts that demonstrated an exceptional lack of good judgment, taking into account the employees good work record with the city for almost ten years and her demonstration of remorse, the Building and Housing Director has concluded that the action warrants a ten day suspension without pay effective immediately.
Immediately following the decision the Union responded on behalf of Ms. Wallace and waived any appeal of the suspension.
Courtesy Of WOIO.COM