Jordan Duncan Wiki – Biography
Jordan Duncan is a California police officer, who fired from the Lodi Police Department in California when he questioned the state’s coronavirus stay-at-home order. Duncan is the son of Jon Duncan, a pastor in Lodi who has defied the state’s stay-at-home order, saying it’s a violation of freedom of religion.
He is married his wife name is Anna Duncan.
Photos on his Facebook page indicate that Officer Duncan is married with two children. His page is full of family pictures. His wife wrote on Facebook, “We are blown away by everyone’s generosity 😭❤️. Thank you so much to everyone who has donated/shared. More information will be forthcoming. My husband is waiting for legal counsel. Thank you Jenny Miller for starting this GFM account.”
Duncan worked for the police department for four months and city officials stopped short of saying he was fired but confirmed “an April separation date” and pointed to a “recent ruling which calls the stay-at-home order ‘lawful,’” said police officers can’t pick which laws to enforce.
The television station reported that a car parked in Duncan’s driveway bore “Reopen letters” on it. Heavy has reached out to the Lodi police chief and both Duncans for comment.
Jordan Duncan fire from Department
A Lodi police officer says he was fired for not enforcing the states’ stay-at-home order. Former Officer Jordan Duncan only worked with the police department for four months. The details of the incident aren’t clear, but city officials confirm an April separation date. They would not go as far as to say that Duncan was fired.
Officials did point to a recent ruling which calls the stay-at-home order “lawful,” and said police officers can’t choose which laws to enforce.
his father says
“This is my son. He is a good and honorable man. He took a stand for what was right, refused to close businesses, and would not rob people of their livelihoods or freedom. When no one else was brave, he was,” Jon Duncan wrote on his Facebook page.
Jordan Duncan GoFundMe
Neighbors have heard of the big fundraising effort for Duncan’s family, which surpassed $20,000 in 24 hours. The money was raised after he says he was fired for ultimately refusing to enforce the shelter-in-place order.
The GoFundMe page says that Duncan did not want to ruin the lives of citizens and small business owners.