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Cops disciplined after remains left

Hernando Today staff report
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BROOKSVILLE - Two employees of the Hernando County Sheriff's Office have been reprimanded after human remains were left at a wooded crime scene near Cortez Boulevard and Sunshine Grove Road.

In March, the sheriff's office recovered a hand left behind after a death investigation and later confirmed the remains belonged to Brian Adam Gilley, who was reported missing in January.

Public Information Officer Denise Moloney said Tuesday an investigation was completed on April 26. Det. Bryan Faulkingham was suspended for three days and reassigned to the patrol division. Forensic Specialist Cynthia Stockton was suspended for three days, received a written reprimand and was placed on six months disciplinary probation.

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