On 04/14/2016 at 2315 hours your Affiant was dispatched to 109 E. Center St. Apartment Upper for an overdose. Upon arriving on scene EMS was tending to the overdose patient. Your Affiant spoke with a female in the apartment who identified herself as Tiara Pleva while Stamets spoke with the male who lived in the apartment Aaron Campbell. Pleva stated Conrad shot up with heroin. Your Affiant asked where the heroin if any left and empty baggies are, and needle Conrad used. Pleva stated she does not know where any of the stuff is.
Integrity: We say what we believe, and we do what we say. We are trusted because we are trustworthy. Our personal, team, and organizational values are aligned with everything that we say and everything that we do.
Hello Everyone, my name is Jessica. I have been attending FSW for three years. After about a year of attending FSW, I discovered the paralegal program and have loved it ever since. I currently work as an assistant manager at Dollar Tree but desire to be a paralegal in the near future. I’m excited to learn even more about the legal field throughout this class.
April 19, 2017. I was sitting at the front check-in desk, Mod J, Hematology/ Oncology. Patient approached the front desk stating he was here for his noon appointment with a Dr. Olinski. I told the patient we did not have a doctor by that name, but before we went any further, I asked what was his last name and last four so that I could look and see what he was referring to. When looking into the system, the only appointment I seen was for 6/5/17 with a Dr. Zhao in our clinic, Mod J. The patient stated he couldn’t remember who called him or where they told him to go, only thing he knew was the name Dr. Olinski. Not saying anything to the patient, I tired looking into the patients chart as he stood there looking at me, I looked in the orders,
On Thursday, April 27, 2017 at approximately 1623 hours I, Deputy Zachary Swedberg #2884, was requested by dispatch the check the residence of 19996 County Road 28 for Emily Rose Wheat DOB: 08-22-1990. When I arrived, I spoke to Donald Irvin Ingvalson DOB: 03-10-1954. Donald stated he was Emily’s step father and that he hadn’t heard from her in several hours, but he was aware of the current situation. Donald also stated that Emily’s 11 year-old daughter was inside the house with his wife Sharon Kay Ingvalson DOB: 12-31-1961. I asked if he was aware of any weapons Emily might have with her and he couldn’t say for sure. At this time Officer Isaiah Bunke #311 said he located the vehicle at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 21 North Hill Street,
On 10/30/2017, I Deputy Mignone #95 was assigned to Intake/Release. At approximately 1600 hours, I was called to cell HD-6 to assist with giving an inmate his medication. I met my supervisor Sergeant Johnson #150 along with multiple other officer. I witness inmate Matthew Spradlin standing in the cell with feces on his head and face. Inmate Spradlin stated that he had been eating his own feces and drinking his own urine. I was informed that Dr. Dahner had ordered a shot due to inmate Spradlin’s behavior.
Ever since Hunter Jordan died, Ruth and James were heavily affected. In order to combat this, they both use different ways to grieve over his death. To begin, Ruth, James’ mother, rides her bike to grieve for her husbands death. To show proof, James says, “She would ride in slow motion across our street… It was her way of grieving,” (7). As one can see James believes his mother rides her bicycle to grieve for her deceased husband. In addition, James also notes, “it was something [the bike] my stepfather found on the street in Brooklyn and hauled home a few months before he died.” (5). To explain, James says that his stepfather found the bike and brought it to Ruth a few months before he died, so Ruth uses it to remind her of her husband. Furthermore, another way Ruth grieves is in church. James says, “she would occasionally do something in church that I never saw her do at home… she would bow down her head and weep.” (50). As one can see, Ruth cries in church to grieve for her husband because if her kids see her, they would think she is crying because God makes her happy.
Welcome to Lyman C, Hunt Middle School. Hunt Middle School is an enviorment where every student is recognized and valued as an individual learner and is encourage to embrace their curiosity of all kinds. Our Hunt families represent many different ethnicities and backgrounds which reflect the remarkable diversity of Burlington.
Integrity is a core character of being a leader. Employees want to know that their leader is worthy of their trust. A leader with integrity will likely be highly respected and withstand the test of time. As described by Dees (2013), “integrity on a higher plane is the seamless integration of faith, family, and profession
One noteworthy involvement that I have completed was the “You Matter” event. The “You Matter” event represents a group of Non-Profit organizations and members of the Jersey City community who are committed to implementing programs, services and initiatives to improve the overall quality of our Jersey City Youth. Also, this event will empower families and at risk youth to help reach their goals by connecting them with numerous community partners.