Two prominent detectives of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office are no longer in the homicide unit BECAUSE of the Cherish Perrywinkle investigation. Tonight we're learning more about what's next for Lt.Rob Schoonover and Sgt. Lonnie Mills. They were removed from the unit because of communication mistakes the day Perrywinkle vanished. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron is joining us LIVE from the southside, Kumasi you spoke to the the Fraternal Order of police about their removal... 3 3 3 We requested their personnel files, it takes a few days to get, but we were able to find out quite a bit about these two officers. These officers have a combined time with JSO of nearly 60 years.Attorney here at the Fraternal Order of police says they officers haven't accepted the discipline yet, and he's ready to represent them if they decide to challenge JSO's decision. :22-:2734-3957-1:141:33-1:38 TAKE NAT: 09-20-13 JSO PRESSER CLIP 0183IO 15:27:47-48 "Good morning A different face briefing the press on JSO's latest homicide arrest. It's usually Homicide Lt.Rob Schoonover at the podium. But now the 32 year veteran of the agency is out of the homicide unit, along with Sgt. Lonnie Mills, a 24 year veteran. All for their response to the Cherish Perrywinkle investigation back on June 22nd. SGT.LONNIE MILLS/JACKSON VILLE SHERIFF'S OFFICE 00-06 Originally it started as just a missing child. As the investigAtion proceeded they realized it was actually an abducted child. While the two are out of of JSO's homicide unit, JSO says their roles in the agency are far from over. 091913 JSOINTERNAL CLIP 0015UA UNDERSHERIFF DWAIN SENTERFITT/JACKSONVILL E SHERIFF'S OFFICE 003307-18 They will have the same positions. All of our positions here are lateral. It's not a promotion to go to the detective division so they will both go back to patrol. Mills will still be a Sergeant Schoonover will still be a lieutenant they'll just be working somewhere else. The two will still take home the same salaries. TAKE PRE-PRO JSO says Lt.Schoonover makes nearly 90,000 dollars a year. Sgt. mills takes home more than 70,000 dollars annually. KUMASI BRIDGE: That means JSO's homicide unit will be without two of it's most experienced officers. The Homicide Unit is comprised of six active homicide teams. Each team has four detectives, and one sergeant, one of whom was Sgt. Lonnie Mills. They are all supervised by a lieutenant, the position Lt. Schoonover used to hold. Phil Vogelsang, an attorney for the Fraternal Order of Police says the officers can fight their reprimands through a grievance process. If they choose do, it goes through the chain of command all the way up to the sheriff, and possibly arbitration.Vogelsang says they can fight this specific incident, and something called progressive discipline. PHIL VOGELSANG/FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE ATTORNEY 08:15:40-41:03 "For instance Lt.Schoonover's been on the Sheriff's office for 32 years. He hasn't been disciplined one time for anything. So to go from never being disciplined to a suspension right away would be another angle that we might be able to look at. 3 Kumasi..did they say who is going to replace these two officers?