An employee at the Memphis, Tenn. Veteran’s Affairs (VA) medical center who was convicted of driving under the influence three times has returned to work as of Monday.
Brittney Lowe, a senior interior designer at the Memphis VA was convicted in 2009, 2013 and most recently in 2017 of driving under the influence and is now back working at the medical center, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
Her most recent conviction took place on March 9, 2017, after which point she served a 60-day sentence.
In March, Memphis VA whistleblower Sean Higgins told Communities Digital News that Lowe was on paid leave during her sentence under the category of “donated leave,” which is usually made available to employees experiencing sickness.
But now that she’s served her 60 days in Jail, Lowe has been spotted back at work. (Read more from “VA Employee Convicted of DUI 3 Times Returns to Work at Memphis Medical Center” HERE)