JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast News is combing through disciplinary action reports relating to the two Jacksonville Sheriff's Office deputies who opened fire during a
police-involved shooting Tuesday afternoon.
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JSO Sgt. Arthur Webb has worked for JSO for 24 years and Officer L.G. Agle is a five-year veteran.
Webb has received a total of eight citizen complaints, four in-house
complaints and three formal counselings during his tenure with JSO. The
most recent incident was an in-house complaint on August 29 that warranted a written reprimand.
Those complaints include a citizen complaint of unnecessary force that the department investigated and substantiated back in April 1990, as well as another citizen complaint for excessive force in July 2009. Webb received a letter reprimanding him for that complaint later that month.
Officer L.G. Agle has received two citizen complaints, one the department didn't sustain and a second that's still under investigation. He was also involved in two vehicle accidents since his employment with JSO. Officer Agle received informal counseling, remedial training and remedial driving for the first crash. The documents show Agle was also involved in a vehicle accident on November 5.
Both Agle and Webb have been placed on administrative leave following the shooting.
First Coast News