Cop's plea for fight fireman.
Byline: By MAGGIE BARRY
A POLICEMAN injured by a drunken fire chief during a brawl yesterday pleaded for him to keep his job.
Michael Goodman, 37, of Lauder, Berwickshire, faces the sack from Lothian and Borders Lothian and Borders is an area in south-east Scotland consisting of the East Lothian, City of Edinburgh, Midlothian, West Lothian areas (collectively known as Lothian) along with the Scottish Borders. Fire Rescue Service after struggling violently with four police officers following a rugby tournament.
Sergeant Calum Macdonald For the music critic who writes under the alias "Calum MacDonald", see .
Calum Alistair MacDonald or Calum Alasdair Domhnallach (born 7 May 1956) was Labour Member of Parliament for the Western Isles from 1987 until he was defeated by the Scottish National Party in the , who suffered ruptured shoulder ligaments after being pushed to the ground, said he shouldn't be sacked for "two minutes of madness".
Goodman, crew chief at the Crewe Toll Fire Station in Edinburgh, has placed his home on the market in case he is fired, Selkirk sheriff court heard. He was ordered to do 100 hours' community service after pleading guilty to police assault, resisting arrest resisting arrest n. the crime of using physical force (no matter how slight in the eyes of most law enforcement officers) to prevent arrest, handcuffing and/or taking the accused to jail. and breach of the peace. Sheriff Kevin Drummond said: "No doubt those considering disciplinary measures against you will take into account the generous response by the police officer."