CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) - The former Chatham County Animal Services executive director was indicted on charges of invasion of privacy.
The indictment states that Kerry Sirevicius used a digital device to unlawfully record – without their consent - the activities of Savannah Alderman Van Johnson, who is also a Chatham County employee, and Kathrina Suarez. The recorded meeting reportedly took place on Sept. 21, 2017, in a closed room at Animal Services on Sallie Mood Drive.
The following letter was sent to Sirevicius from Chatham County Commissioners:
Sirevicius was initially placed on investigatory suspension with pay. She is now no longer employed with the county.
A job posting is listed on the Chatham County website.