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Woman arrested, taken to mother's home first, then collapses in police custody and now in critical condition


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#1 Ode2Joy

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 06:29 PM

http://www.baltimore...nt=oft12aH-1li3

”Chase was stopped in the 100 block of S. Calverton Road, not far from her mother's home, about 10:45 a.m. Sunday by officers serving an open warrant for her arrest from Calvert County, according to police. Drug paraphernalia was found on her, police said.

Chase was then taken to her mother's home in the 2100 block of Hillen St., where Davis said she was allowed to retrieve personal items. He said that was normal. She was also allowed to have her hair braided by a family member, which was not normal, Davis said Wednesday.

At 1:30 p.m., she was found unconscious in a Southwestern District police station holding cell.”


The police arrested her on an open warrant that included a charge for bringing drugs into a place that sounds like it was a jail cell, and then they took her to her mother’s home to pick up items and get her hair braided before going to the cell at the station?

And now she’s in critical condition at a hospital after collapsing in jail.

Doesn't sound normal alright.

#2 PinkFlamingo

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 06:58 PM

It certainly sounds like she took too many drugs while at her mother's house.
It's a shame, since the police were being more than accommodating.

#3 stevez51

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 06:31 AM

This is a strange story. How the police allowed her to go home to get her hair braided is just dumb. Maybe one of the cops knew her but will lose a job because of it.



#4 Marshan Man

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 08:47 AM

Supposedly she was sick from pneumonia.
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#5 Guido2

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 10:48 AM

Well according to the paper letting someone go back home to pick up personal items, although unusual is not uncommon. However, getting ones hair braided?

While the cops watched?

In conjunction with that, we keep hearing about how the PD is understaffed but yet they have time to sit an watch her get all prettied up? That is if ... as the paper reported, that she was being watched at all times.

 

Now if she was not...well ODing is not out of the realm of possibility.

 

It is perfectly possible that the cop was following the 'be nice to bad people' mandates and thought he was being a good guy. Well as they say no good deed goes unpunished.

 

But there is something very strange about this regardless.



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Posted 13 April 2017 - 03:09 PM

Well according to the paper letting someone go back home to pick up personal items, although unusual is not uncommon. However, getting ones hair braided?

While the cops watched?

In conjunction with that, we keep hearing about how the PD is understaffed but yet they have time to sit an watch her get all prettied up? That is if ... as the paper reported, that she was being watched at all times.

 

Now if she was not...well ODing is not out of the realm of possibility.

 

It is perfectly possible that the cop was following the 'be nice to bad people' mandates and thought he was being a good guy. Well as they say no good deed goes unpunished.

 

But there is something very strange about this regardless.

 

Well according to the paper letting someone go back home to pick up personal items, although unusual is not uncommon. However, getting ones hair braided?

While the cops watched?

In conjunction with that, we keep hearing about how the PD is understaffed but yet they have time to sit an watch her get all prettied up? That is if ... as the paper reported, that she was being watched at all times.

 

Now if she was not...well ODing is not out of the realm of possibility.

 

It is perfectly possible that the cop was following the 'be nice to bad people' mandates and thought he was being a good guy. Well as they say no good deed goes unpunished.

 

But there is something very strange about this regardless.

 

Well according to the paper letting someone go back home to pick up personal items, although unusual is not uncommon. However, getting ones hair braided?

While the cops watched?

In conjunction with that, we keep hearing about how the PD is understaffed but yet they have time to sit an watch her get all prettied up? That is if ... as the paper reported, that she was being watched at all times.

 

Now if she was not...well ODing is not out of the realm of possibility.

 

It is perfectly possible that the cop was following the 'be nice to bad people' mandates and thought he was being a good guy. Well as they say no good deed goes unpunished.

 

But there is something very strange about this regardless.

 

 

 

The cops will need to find jobs soon .......



#7 Guido2

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 10:32 AM

The cops will need to find jobs soon .......

No doubt.






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