Donald Later

Former School Monitor Gives His Side of The Story Concerning Guns

A retired sheriff's deputy fired for refusing to stop carrying a gun while working in a Medford school says he wanted to be prepared in case the children's safety was threatened. Donald Later told The Mail Tribunethat he didn't apply for the job as a part-time bus monitor to push for gun rights.Read More »

Hedrick Middle School Monitor Fired Over Gun

A Medford Mail Tribune article says a Hedrick Middle School monitor has been relieved of his duties for his defiant stand regarding the carrying of a firearm on school grounds. Donald Later is a retired Jackson County Sheriff's deputy. Later was never seen carrying a gun, but when asked by his supervisor whether or not he was armed, Last said yes, and was placed on leave.Read More »

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