Hassan Abbs is holding Humza Abbs. Meahar Unisa is sitting on the Odom. 9:20am- Meahar Unisa tells me that the Case worker (Julia Borras) is picking her and Humza Abbs up to take them to Hackensack Hospital. I called BiC and was told to see if the Case Worker wanted me to go. 9:40pm- Meahar Unisa and Humza Abbs get dressed.
The Officer returned to the facility and spoke with the manager 'Chris" who initially stated he could not recall the event mentioned however after the Officer interviewed the staff person (Abundio) the manager was able to recall an incident involving 86 year old resident Gloria Jassen 's attempt to leave the facility. According to the Officer the manager remembered Gloria bleeding form her leg. The manager disclosed to the Officer that Gloria has skin cancer that causes several lesions on her legs. Furthermore the manager revealed that Gloria has a history of kicking him as well as other staff members. The manager subsequently revealed that Gloria 's family is aware of her attempts to leave the facility.
Evans stated he was walking southbound El Serrano Ave towards Washington Blvd when he heard what sounded like gunshots. Evans said he observed a female lying on the sidewalk so he ran over to her to try and help. I asked Evans if he knew the Victim and he said, “She’s a friend of mine.” I digitally recorded my interview of Evans and later downloaded the recording into VeriPic. While at HMH, I observed approximately fifteen to twenty female and male blacks that stated they were family and friends of Cage. I attempted to obtain identification and or statements from them and they all refused to say anything to me.
At approximately 1538 hrs. Inmate Shillinger, Sheena MNI# 000421 was in Booking Release cell 105 waiting for a D.C.F visit. Deputy Nurse was walking past cell 105 and observed Inmate Schillinger laying on her left side on the floor stating that she had fallen. Inmate Shillinger was removed from the cell and escorted to the Booking’s Nurses Station and evaluated by E.M.T. Witherell.
On Saturday, January 23, 2016 at approximately 1928 hours Security Officer Brandon Rodriguez was conducting a walk through E.D. the special care unit area when it was observed that E.D. Charge Nurse Jonathan Bacal and Patient Care Tech Tim Phillips were restraining patient Alan Burdick in ED room #39. The patient was combative and attempting to bite the medical staff due to being in a postictal state. Officer Rodriguez immediately responded and helped out nursing staff.
Tuesday: I attended a bed unit meeting. After the meeting I assisted my site coordinator by sorting and filing papers into a binder. Once this task was complete I created welcome kits for the department. After this was complete I attended a Mercy Health Leadership meeting in which I was able to learn about future plans for Mercy Health St. Marys. Lastly I filled isolation carts on the unit.
They started the 12 inch incision down the center of my chest. The moments after that I still don’t remember. We were at Cleveland Clinic, and today was the day of my open heart surgery. My Grandma, Grandpa, and my family, were all walking to the hospital. I could hear the buzzing of traffic, crazy cars honking at each other, and the premonition.
Is it broken i think to myself? The ambulance has finally arrived, They but me up in the gury and they put me in the back of the ambulance and then they drove off. About 10 mins later we finally arrive to the hospital they open the doors and take me out . They immeditaly rushed me inside. ¨he needs a surgery right away.¨ The doctor says.
The court date was set, and Diane had to appear as the victim of the crime. She was represented by the District Attorney in Wilkes County and the defendants attorney cross examined her when it was his turn. In his questioning of her about the events of the day she was attacked, he ask questions about what she was wearing and implied that she had in some way provoked Mr. Miller to flirt with her, leaving him angry and full of rage. Mr. Miller was released on an insanity plea and placed on probation. The trauma of the crime and the insinuation that she had asked for the attack, deeply discouraged Diane leaving her with a sense of disappointment in the Justice System and a drive to pursue her education in criminal justice hoping to make a difference.
On April 23, 2017, I took part in volunteering at the 9Health Fair at Community College of Aurora. Before showing up we all were e-mailed instructions on the Health fair protocols for taking blood pressure (BP), performing Body Mass index (BMI) and pulse oximetry (02 sat). As well as, the Ask a Medical Question/Get a Referral station. Ask a Medical Question/Get a Referral Protocol was the station I was assigned to. When arriving, we all gathered in a room to have breakfast and meet the coordinators.
I called Jonhson back, and asked her about telling Prunty she had let the male borrow her vehicle, and if that was the case, her vehicle was not stolen. Johnson again began screaming at me so loud I could not understand her, and I heard a thud as if she had thrown her phone and the line disconnected. On Thursday 12/15/16 at 2248 hours, Johnson called 911 and requested to speak with a Patrol Sgt because she was upset a stolen report had not been taken. Patrol Sgt. A. Clapp spoke with Johnson, and determined that because Johnson 's vehicle had not been recovered or brought back to her, Auburn Police would enter it as stolen.
I had stumbled over to him, when he asked how I was doing? And told me to follow him. He had walked so fast, I tried to keep up but I just couldn’t. Seconds later we had reached a private room for patients like me-waiting to know what was wrong with them. An older lady came into the room where my family and I were stationed, she had asked similar questions as the soft spoken nurse.