City of Windsor discovers additional offences after firing employee

Staffer pawned city-owned property
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 07/28/2014

The offences kept piling up for former City of Windsor employee Brandon Denapoli.

Denapoli was dismissed on Sept. 14, 2012, after his employer discovered he aided and abetted a non-employee to gain access to secured city property, failed to report stolen keys which could be used to open secure city property, and replaced those keys without permission.

After firing Denapoli, the employer discovered he had stolen and pawned city property.