Three Nashville Fire Department firefighters have resigned prior to the finalization of an investigation into sexual activity inside a fire hall.
The Metro Nashville Police Department determined there was inappropriate conduct involving women visiting Station 24 on Clarksville Highway in Bordeaux. Firefighters allegedly hired strippers who exchanged sex for money with the firemen.
The incident came to light following an alleged extortion attempt against some of the firefighters involved. Six firefighters total were placed on paid administrative leave and transferred to other stations.
While charges stemming from multiple policy violations were pending, Quincy Corbitt, Kerry Sales and Jason Copeland resigned from the department.
According to a NFD press release, the final report and investigation is expected to be completed within the next few weeks.