United States detective arrest nurse for refusing to give patient's blood

United States detective arrest nurse for refusing to give patient's blood

United States detective arrest nurse for refusing to give patient's blood

A nurse at a Utah hospital said this week she was assaulted by a police officer after declining to give him a sample of an unconscious patient's blood because he had neither a warrant nor the patient's consent, local media reported.

She said the officers needed either an electronic warrant or patient consent to draw blood from someone who is not under arrest. Payne apparently believed he could collect the blood under an "implied consent" law, but Wubbels' lawyer tells the Post that law hasn't been in effect for years; the Supreme Court also ruled against warrantless blood tests in 2016.

It all started when Detective Jeff Payne requested to draw blood from an unconscious patient in Wubbels's unit.

The video then goes on to show Detective Payne saying "we're done, you're under arrest" before pushing Ms Wubbels outside as she screamed.

After Wubbel's supervisor tells Payne he's making a mistake by threatening a nurse, the officer reaches for the phone, says he's done, and handcuffs Wubbels.

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The police officer put her in a police vehicle for 20 minutes on 26 July but was later released without any charges.

The Salt Lake City Police Department opened an internal investigation into the incident, Sergeant Brandon Shearer said. She said, "You can't just take blood if you don't have a legitimate concern for something to be tested.It is the most personal property I think that we can have besides our skin and bones and organs". I feel angry. I feel a lot of things. The only job I have is to keep my patient safe. Responding to this video, Alex Wubbles, the nurse, said that the arrest which was captured in the camera incidents that bullying doesn't just happen in schools.

In a subsequent statement, she said the city's mayor and police chief had both extended personal apologies for her treatment.

Two hospital officials then tried to intervene, but Payne warned them not to interfere or else they would be arrested as well. Stop! I did nothing wrong! "We have already replaced our blood draw policy with a new policy", he added.

Parts of the footage were shown Thursday during a news conference held by attorney Karra Porter, who is representing Wubbels, The Salt Lake Tribune reports. She explains that she's doing what her bosses told her and even read from the hospital policy for blood draws.

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