A former Yukon police dispatcher is suing the city of Yukon after he was arrested in a prostitution sting in May 2016 and then fired.
Ali Razavi and his attorneys claim he was fired for complaining about national origin and religion discrimination in the workplace.
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Yukon Police say he was fired after the prostitution sting, to which he pleaded guilty and received a deferred sentence.
Razavi is asking the city for damages, possibly as much as $300,000.