Traci Timko Sabau, the assistant law director in Warren, could face repercussions after her Facebook post


resulted in controversy.  As a result, political organizations within the community have taken action.

IVoteBlack started a petition demanding reform, amassing more than 2,000 signatures to this point.

The Facebook post also caught the attention of Warren Mayor Doug Franklin, who wasn't happy with what he saw.

"That language was disturbing to me regardless of any circumstances.", says Franklin.

He also adds that her comments undermine what city officials and law enforcement have been working to accomplish

"We've done a lot of work in our policies to be transparent, unbiased and fair in how we adjudicate justice."

Warren Safety Service director Eddie Colbert says timing of this couldn't have been worse

"I felt that the comments were ill-timed, very tone deaf to the situation that the country is facing abroad.", says Colbert

Any decision on her fate, or repercussions she may face are in the hands of law director Enzo Cantalamessa.

"He knows the venue of options he has in terms of how to address it.  I have confidence that he'll do the right thing", Franklin added

21 News reached out to Enzo multiple times, but have not heard back yet and haven't learned of any decision that has or hasn't been made.