His firing first came to the media's attention when he killed himself last June. His ex-wife says he was suffering from PTSD from an officer-involved shooting. She says he should have been given medical help instead of being fired.
FOX 10 looked through the hundreds of pages in the officer's file. We found at least eight letters of commendation and several years of positive reviews.
In his final review from 2012, his supervisor touched on the officer-involved shooting that allegedly led to the officer's struggle with PTSD.
His supervisor wrote; "The subject who had been possibly on drugs approached you and another officer refusing to drop a bat he was holding in a threatening manner, and you were forced to use lethal force to neutralize the threat."
In the employee section of the same review, Tiger wrote that he was looking forward to another year on the 22B squad. He also was hoping to make an impact in his beat area over the next year.
There were no mentions of his struggle with PTSD.
In Tiger's records, we did find one written reprimand from 2004 when he failed to show up in court.