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I have seen and done a lot of things in my lifetime.  I have also read a lot of thing both good and bad in my lifetime.

But what I read a few days ago from a Charles County Deputy Sheriff — took the word bad to a whole different level.

Two 17 year old’s from Waldorf, Maryland were killed in a violent car crash.  Colin Bipat and Desmond Cook were both pronounced dead on the scene.  Another passenger, 18-year-old Caleb Marshall, was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

Officer Rob Glover of the Charles County Sheriff’s Department was one of the first on the scene of the accident.  But for whatever reason that no one in the Sheriff’s Department or in the General Public can figure out is whey Officer Glover took to social media to comment on this horrific accident.

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This is what the County Sheriff posted on his Facebook Page:  “F*^% em, shouldn’t have been driving that fast”

With no regards to the feelings of his family, classmates, friends and associates, an Officer of the Law would stoop so low to express his personal feelings about this horrific accident that took the lives of two 17 year old High School  Students.

Westlake High School Principal Michael Meiser:  These two victims were involved in career-oriented programs outside of school, which is why they weren’t on school property at the time. The two killed were just months from graduation.

He also said:  “This one really hurts.”

Sheriff Rob Glover has been suspended indefinitely for what the Sheriff called:  Inappropriate and extremely insensitive social media comments.”