VANCOUVER, Wash. - A Clark County paramedic who apparently lied about a child sex abuse conviction has lost his job - more than four months after criminal charges were filed against him. Shayne Shults' certification was suspended in August when the accusations first came to light. Washington state regulators asked him for details and an explanation. When they got none, they revoked his certificate for the next ten years. According to the Washington Department of Health, Shults concealed a 1987 conviction for attemted indecent liberties with a child on various applications. He is also accused of injecting minors with an unknown substance as recently as 2004, while he was a paramedic for American Medical Response (AMR). None of the alleged offenses took place while Shults was on duty.