KABC - Three women at a local grocery store chain say they were sexually harassed at work, and they claim their supervisors allowed it to continue. Now, they've filed lawsuits. Kayla Swanger said she's worked at Stater Bros for 11 years, and her goal was to move up in the company. It's why, according to a complaint, when a supervisor at the store in Hemet spoke, she said she listened.
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Lawsuit accuses Mountain View police chief of sexual harassment - SFGate
The school district, while liable for actual damages, as a public agency is immune under the law from having to pay punitive damages. Vandervoort and three other female district employees claimed that Garcia, a former coordinator of the Fontana Leadership Intervention Program FLIP , either sexually assaulted or harassed them while they were at work and in the field. According to statements on file with the court, Garcia repeatedly made sexual advancements to the women while making reference to his sexual prowess and bragging about his sexual conquests of two mothers of FLIP students. In the first encounter, Vandervoort was working as a dispatcher for school police services during the evening shift. He repeated that action some three months later and five months later. An internal investigation of Garcia was conducted, but he remained in place as a police officer.
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If the Chief of Police were accused of sexual harassment who would investigate?
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The federal lawsuit had been set to go to trial next month, but attorneys of the town and plaintiff Francie Hollis worked out a deal in mediation. Ross said the agreement also contains a financial component that will become public after formal approval of the settlement. Everybody has to give and take. Hollis, who was a police dispatcher for Mount Vernon, alleged in her lawsuit last year that a co-worker stalked her and that then-Mayor Jerry Lundy made lewd sexual remarks about her. The lawsuit alleged that Hollis complained in to Joseph Cassidy, who was the acting police chief, but that he failed to take any action.