One of the deputies, who took part in the answer on January 9, told his brother about the event and the brother then posted about it on social networks. The other deputy, who was not involved in the investigation, told his neighbor about the comedian’s death.
“This case underscores the importance of giving time to detectives in death investigations to ensure that close relatives are made before this information is disseminated to the public,” Orange County Sheriff John said in a statement. Mine. “The deputies admitted their wrongdoing and were punished for their actions.
The case also highlights one reason why Saget’s widow, Kelly Rizzo, and their three daughters may have filed a lawsuit in February to provide records that “graphically depict Mr. Saget, his likeness or features, or parts of him, “to be sealed after his death.
Judge ordered these records were finally sealed in March.