Good Evening Everyone,
I wanted to get some opinions on what has happened to me over the past few weeks…
I received a favorable EOD on Jan 9, 2018. I started the position on Friday, January 11, 2019 and worked one week before I was pulled into an office and told that a felony assault against a family member was found on my record (Thursday, January 17, 2019). I vehemently denied the accusation. The next day, Friday, January 18, 2019, the GOV PM told me not to report to the work site until this could be verified that it was or was not correctly reported. On Friday February 1, 2019, I was called by my company and told that I was “unclearable” and return my keyfob to the worksite. They said GOV PM for said office gave them guidance that I was unclearable, so they let me go.
I know that I have never been charged with any felony and was certainly surprised to be let go based off something that I did not do. I received the packet from said GOV office on Friday February 1, 2019. To my surprise, it did not deem me “unclearable” as I realized my case had not been adjudicated and there was no mention of assault charges on the document. It did however, indicated that I needed to answer some questions in regards to information I included in my SF85. Is it normal to be let go based on something that is not in the letter they send you? Also how can you be deemed unclearable and your case hasn’t been adjudicated?
In the letter they ask me to go to the court and get my own DUI (12/2011) court record, so they can verify it was not a felony and I completed court mandate programs, etc. I do have a friend that says as an adjudicator (in the past), he would sent back an investigation if the person who was being investigated was the one who gathered files together because those could be compromised.
I feel like my name has been slandered and a determination has been made without an adjudication. Everyone in the office who knows about this thinks I lied about having a felony assault charge.