There are new developments in the investigation of the Tamir Rice shooting, the 12-year-old shot and killed by a Cleveland police officer on Nov. 22, 2014.
On Wednesday morning, City Council released personnel records of Beth Mandl, the dispatcher involved in relaying the information to officers.
You may recall the dispatcher never told officers responding to the 911 call that Tamir Rice may have been a juvenile and the gun may have been a fake.What's also important to note, according to the chief's office, Mandl never spoke to the 911 caller. The call taker, Constance Hollinger, took the call and it was transferred to Mandl through a computer screen. That information was then passed along to officers.
Hollinger's personnel file reveals she had a letter of re-instruction given to her on call taking procedures in February 2014.
Mandl, a four-year veteran, generally received high marks in reviews, but once faced discipline for abuse of sick time. She worked at
before being hired with the city. Records show Mandl wrote she had been terminated as a dispatcher at Case.