Two former Highway Patrol officers have settled their lawsuit against the state after claiming they were forced out after helping female employees defend themselves against sexual harassment and gender discrimination.
Former Majs. Scotf Harrington and Joshua Kellerman have settled their federal lawsuit against the Highway Patrol as well as Superintendent Herman Jones and Assistant Superintendent Jason De Vore as individuals.
The settlement agreement reinstated Kellerman effective March 23, 2022, to the rank of unclassified major retroactive to the date he was dismissed on July 23, 2020.
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