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Sheriff Johnny Smith ignored the advice of two internal disciplinary boards and reduced the punishment recommended for a deputy who admitted he used his Taser on a pet on several occasions.
Deputy Charles Johnson Jr., the son of the department's No. 2 in command — Col. Mike Johnson, will not serve the three-day unpaid suspension, but instead get a written reprimand for tasing his German shepherd Kaiser.
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