Intoxication, violating standards of conduct, and misusing the agency's weapon and identification. Those are all reasons why 2 Putnam County deputies have been fired. This was the result of an internal investigation after the deputies became involved in a bar fight. It happened June 8th at the Hi Level Bar on Reid Street. That's west of State Road 19 in Palatka. Channel 4's Ashley Harding spoke to the bar owner about what happened. She joins us now from our newsroom. Ashley? 3 3 3 That's right. Larry Adkins wasn't thrilled about what happened.He wants everyone to know that his bar is not the kind of place where things like fighting are acceptable. He says his security moved in right away and it's important for patrons to feel safe. 3 07-12 0-5 1'04"-1'09""it's unfortunate that something like that happens, particularly law enforcement. Our place of business is not known for that kind of thing."Larry Adkins is the owner of the Hi-Level bar in Palatka and he is not happy about what happened the night of June 8th.That's the night authorities say two off-duty Putnam County sheriff's deputies, identified as Josh Maynard and Raymond Strickland, got into a bar brawl.Investigators say it started between Maynard and another man after he pinched a woman. During the fight, Maynard lost his gun... Larry Adkins said he found it and from there, Strickland got involved."A second officer made an attempt to retrieve it, which I refused. He flashed his badge at me and we got into some verbal conversation and we made him leave also."Sheriff's officials say in a separate interview, Adkins indicated that He believed Detective Strickland showed his badge in an attempt to retrieve the weapon that Maynard lost during the fight.Adkins said Strickland never verbalized why he showed his badge." An internal investigation was quickly underway and you can see here, it's about 60 pages long.Not only did they interview Larry Adkins, but multiple witnesses were interviewed as well.It was determine the best thing to do was to terminate them.While the sheriff's department provided us with the report, it would not comment on the firings.Adkins says he's comfortable with the decision to fire them."any time that that does happen, the individuals should be punished to the extent of the law, just like you or I or anyone else that goes against the grain."Adkins points out that he has more than a dozen cameras set up around the bar. He says fighting and any kind of bad behavior undermines the integrity of his business, and it won't be tolerated."we don't condone that kind of conduct from anyone, let alone law enforcement. We think we did our job well here and did it the correct way, as well as the Sheriff's office in handling it." Now we have reached out to the Putname County Sheriff's office and they have declined to comment on this issue. But one more interesting detail. Deputy Strickland faced some criticism last year after he shot and killed 35-year old Alfred Dobson. That shooting was later ruled justifiable. 3 Ashley... since this is NOT typical behavior you'd expect from law officers ... did it TAINT Mr.Adkins' view of authorities at all?Answer:Not at all. Mr. Adkins spoke very highly of the sheriff's office.He says they handled it very professionally and has only good things to say about them.