posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 01:37 AM
reply to post by RancorXXX
I still don't see why they had to go and arrest her either
She was trespassing on private property and refused to leave. Once she was told to leave by the owner of the property or the owner's agent, she had to
She had been to multiple other hospitals and none of them had diagnosed a problem. Those hospitals had even run extensive sonagraphic or ultrasound
testing. Unfortunately that is usually the number one sign someone is seeking drugs. Also there are many mentally unstable people that do this for
attention. Many homeless people do this looking for a place to cool their heels and sleep or relax.
The police arrested her because she was violating the law, doctors said she was medically fine, and she was displaying behavior that 99.99% of the
time will not lead to this type of outcome. The police were doing exactly what they are hired to do after the hospital said she was medically fit to
I've seen some one pull this exact same type of thing. Then when they got downtown the cop asked, do you want to be dragged across the parking lot?
The lady said, "no." Then she got out and walked under her own power. (They wouldn't have drug her. They have chairs for that type of situation.)
When you are in a place like that you deal with enough drug users and psych patients that stories like the one I told become common place. I remember
one night last summer we had 14 calls for psych patients causing a disturbance in just one ER.
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