PROVO, Utah (AP) — The Utah County Commissioner went missing from meetings and public appearances after the release of an investigative report by his fellow commissioners into a sexual harassment complaint against him by a female county employee.
The Daily Herald <a target=”—blank” href=”https://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/utah-county-commissioner-graves-still-largely-working-from-home-after/article%E2%80%94cb9214b0-dd18-54e7-abce-c148df9bc3eb.html”>reports</a> the investigative report did not confirm the allegations of sexual harassment against Greg Graves, though it did find that interviewed witnesses widely viewed Graves as a “workplace bully.”
Graves declined to be interviewed by the Daily Herald.
Graves’ disappearance was instantaneous after the report was released Dec. 7. He quietly reappeared at a commission meeting Jan. 16.
Though Graves now is attending those faithfully once again, the Daily Herald confirms Graves is attending almost none of the other boards and commissions that he is tasked with as a county commissioner.
Fellow Commissioners Bill Lee says Graves has informed his fellow commissioners that he is “officing from home.”
Information from: The Daily Herald, <a target=”—blank” href=”http://www.heraldextra.com”>http://www.heraldextra.com</a>