1. My job at injury was working as an assembler for Volt Information Services, Inc. This job was in the heavy duty range. I had no history of injuries to my right foot prior to my injury. On a typical day I walked and stood for the whole eight hour shift, and was required to lift “nodes” which weighed 18-100 pounds each, about 30 times a day.
On October 26, 2017 at approximately 2:54pm, I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to the Slap Ya Momma parking lot, in reference to juveniles fighting on Bus # VP14. Upon arrival I was advised by Chief Neal Lartigue, with the Ville Platte Police Department,
On Thursday 12/24/2015 at approximately 2307 hours. Security Officer Omar Alonso (420) was contacted by E.D. Charge Nurse Sharey Selover about an uncooperative intoxicated male patient, Jose D. Gonzalez (DOB: 03/30/1977; FIN# 85006354), come in through the EMS Offload area. Officers Alonso and Ayuso reported to the call and observed an intoxicated male being wheeled into the Special Care Unit (SCU) E.D. room # 39. According to his assigned Nurse Sara Lopez, the patient had been involved in a physical altercation and had been kicked hard in the groin area. Patient did not behave badly or disruptive once he saw that Security were present and his Nurse was able to get his vitals, blood work, and urine without having any issues. Security staff
On Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at 1642 hours, I was dispatched to 2321 Shadow Wood Circle in reference to a death.
Furr was running towards the suspect giving loud verbal commands to stop as the suspect continued and crashed into Officer Furr almost knocking him to the ground. The suspect was able to make it to the scene of the crash where he was again met by Ofc. Furr and myself as we tried to calm him down and clear him from the scene using verbal commands, with no avail. The suspect then grabbed Ofc. Furr and took a closed fist swing towards Ofc. Furr’s face. Ofc. Furr was able to duck the assault, as we both grabbed the suspect and continued to try and gain control of him. The suspect was inconsolable verbally as the scuffle continued to the ground. Suspect continued to ignore all verbal commands from all officer’s to stop and calm down throughout entirety. Other Officer arrived to assist as the suspect continued to kick and grab Officers as we struggled to get him in handcuffs. After a lengthy physical struggle we were finally able to handcuff the suspect. During the struggle you could smell the strong odor of alcohol emanating from the
Narrative- On 18Oct16 at 1111 hrs. I, Deputy Halbasch, was dispatched to 19609 Hwy 226 for a disturbance.
On December 5, 2017 at approximately 0223 hours, I was dispatched to 288 Church Lane for a report of First aid Call for a 43 years old unresponsive male possibly overdose. The dispatch advised that CPR was in progress.
I was born in Bogota, Colombia. During my childhood schooling years I attended Gimnasio de Los Cerros in Bogota. Attending secondary schooling in Colombia prepared me well for my academic pursuits in the United States. Through my studies, my fondness of mathematics continued to grow. On my pursuit of scholastic success mathematical equations found its persuasive way to speak to me. It is for this reason I have chosen for my career to follow the pathway in relation to mathematics. But even more so, what would ultimately lay down the roots of my personal character was the death of my father at the age of three. As years passed by I came to understand I was now “the man of the house”. I do not reflect back at death of my father as being something
On 02/16/2016 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to assist Sapulpa Police with a combative suspect at Main and Lincoln Street. I arrived on scene where Micheal Massey was already in custody in the front seat of a Sapulpa patrol car. Sapulpa officer was transporting Massey from the scene when
On Saturday 12/12/2015 at 2155 hours, Security Officer Omar Alonso was dispatched to room # 37 for a signal (34) Customer Service Assist. ON arrival he immediately realized that the call was for a Disorderly Patient in ED (51D) and called dispatch for additional officers to respond. While waiting for back up the patient, Armando Montalvo (DOB: 08/15/1986; FIN# 84957381) who was intoxicated, tried to exit the room to leave the unit. Officer Alonso had to use MOAB hands on techniques to restrain the patient and get him back on his stretcher by the time additional Security Officers arrived and assisted in keeping the patient inside the room by using verbal communication.
and spit on Officers as VRFA attempted to check the cut on his face. As soon as he was cleared medically, Officer Morse, Officer Pedersen and myself placed Chayce in the rear of my patrol vehicle. Once in my patrol vehicle I
It is very hard to fit in when the odds are against you. I came to the United States from the land of wood and water, beautiful beaches, the world’s best jerk chicken and some of the friendliest people in the word; that are known for our warm smiles and welcoming personalities. If you have not already guessed this place by now, then please allow me to take you out of your misery. I am a proud black Jamaican single mother, who came here in search of a better future for myself and my daughter. I was blinded by the many advertisements that showcase the land of opportunities: filled with vigor and enthusiasm. I was ready to take on the world and leave my mark, but I was quickly stuffed into a small corner designed for people of color.
December 12th, 2018 Today, I shot out of bed knowing that it would be an exciting but busy day. In the morning, I hustled over to Starbucks in the Commons to grab a frappuccino and a piece of pumpkin bread so my body's energy could match my mind's eagerness. I slept in and did not have time to take a shower before my Math/PPE 180 class; I was running on a sleep deficit, as I stayed up a bit too late preparing for my 2nd midterm on Nash Equilibria. Previously, I had studied Game Theory in AP Microeconomics, but its analytic nature and application to real-life-issues left me just a bit too interested to fall asleep.
On September 6. 2015 at 1956 hrs. Security Operation Center (SOC) radioed East Orlando Officers in regards of a combative patient at the Emergency Department by EMS off load Service entrance. Security Officers Carlos Ayuso, Allan Topher and I, Lourdes Garay, responded to the call. Upon arrival, Security observed the EMS Team arrived with the patient Michael Lewis Driscoll in soft restraints. ER Charge Nurse Robbie Phillips attempted to ask the patient some questions but patient was intoxicated and acting out and very verbally aggressive towards nursing staff. Security was informed by Physician Douglas Haus OD, that patient would be kept in restrains and ordered some medication for him.
I used a nontraditional introduction to draw attention to it. The grammar rule I broke was that I directly addressed the audience. This is not advisable in formal writing, but I felt that it fit with the tone of the paper and the message I was trying to get across.