A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

Tiffany Fahrni

Labor and delivery nurse Tiffany Fahrni, who originally enrolled in the diversion program after stealing and using painkillers, said she was kicked out and labeled a “public risk” in December 2005. The nursing board didn’t file an accusation against her until January 2009. The board “should have been all over me like a hawk,” Fahrni said. “An addict — you got to watch them like a baby.”
Kings County Sheriff's Department
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