It was a town of forty-three thousand people, surrounded by seas of corn. His mom worked part-time as an X‑ray technician at All Saints.His little sister, Sophie, was a sophomore at Lankton High.Hemphill was put on administrative leave on July 17 and resigned on July 27, Martin said.Martin said he was aware of Hemphill’s termination in Mesa County when he hired him, but he said his law enforcement record showed only minor policy violations such as tardiness, and a background check through the Colorado Bureau of Investigation turned up no criminal misconduct.Mesa County’s public information officer, Megan Terlecky, would not disclose the reasons for Hemphill’s termination, but she said they were unrelated to the accusations and involved “nothing criminal in nature.” Hemphill worked for the Dolores County Sheriff’s Office from December 2016 to July, initially training as a patrol deputy, The Daily Sentinel reported.He had only been working as a patrol deputy for about four months, Dolores County Sheriff Jerry Martin said, when the Colorado Bureau of Investigation notified the office on July 16 that Hemphill was under investigation.More ground balls were hit to the shortstop than to anyone else, and then he had to make the longest throw to first.
There had never been any doubt about the choice—there was only one glove in the store with the name of Aparicio Rodriguez inscribed in the pocket—but Henry took his time, trying on every glove, amazed by the sheer fact of being able to The glove seemed huge back then; now it fit him snugly, barely bigger than his left hand. When he came home from Little League games, his mother would ask how many errors he’d made. ” he’d crow, popping the pocket of his beloved glove with a balled‑up fist.His mom still used the name—“Henry, put Zero away, please! But in the safety of his mind he never thought of it any other way. If Henry happened to be on base when an inning ended, his teammates knew better than to ferry his hat and glove onto the diamond for him.“The glove is not an object in the usual sense,” said Aparicio in “For the infielder to divide it from himself, even in thought, is one of the roots of error.”Henry played shortstop, only and ever shortstop—the most demanding spot on the diamond.Hemphill said one of the cases involved the son of an Idaho woman he was dating while serving on a Mormon church mission.Hemphill had worked for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office as an alternative sentencing officer and a detention deputy from December 2014 to August 2016, when he was terminated.