“That needs to be in the bedroom,” Shirley told BayNews9. “Not out in the public for everybody to see.”
In a statement, St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue said the alleged actions of Lewis “goes against our very character of public service.”
“There is a higher standard that which we are held, on and off duty," St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue said in its statement. "Actions such as those noted in the arrest report are unacceptable by any member of St. Petersburg Fire Rescue, especially by a person in a long-held position of leadership as in this case.”
Lewis, who is on paid administrative leave, was released from the Pinellas County Jail on a $150 bond Wednesday, while Snoots was released on a $300 bond.