My ex husband falsified info on a police report
. He also put down his DOB as 12/20/16 and it is 12/05/16. I unannounced went to his home to talk. He told officers he thought it was an intruder as I "attempted to kick his door in." Never happened. There is no damage to the door whatsoever. I simply said "Jim this is Peggie can we talk?" He opened the door with a gun
in his hand as he thought there might be an intruder. It ended up with me threatening suicide. I left his residence on foot because he wouldn't let me drive. I ended up 1/2 mile from his house in a park face down unresponsive until the police found me. Having spoken with my ex they assumed I was a psycho threatening suicide. I have been an RN for 22 years. The police were shining flashlights in my face and I was in and out of consciousness with a pounding headache. One of them said to me ""Peggie, if you don't start cooperating I'm going to shove a nebulizer up your nose. I thought I was talking but apparently not. Another officer told another to turn me over the reply was "I ain't turning her over, she'll puke everywhere!" They stayed about 2 feet away from me the entire time. I know heroin overdoses are at epidemic levels so I get that but they did not even assess me for needle punctures, syringes, or anything. When the squad finally got there and put me on the gurney. My BP was 198/98, abnormal EKG with a pulse rate of 107. Abnormal EKG=Intraventricular conduction delay. Also had a history of cardiac Open heart surgery at the age of 18 and a current murmur. I was in hypertensive crisis and they did nothing except start an IV without tubing and did not access the site. Labs revealed low potassium which goes hand in hand with Conduction delay, hypertensive crisis, confusion, and may have possibly of damaging heart muscle. Not to mention the concussion I received in February that is now combined with post concussion syndrome. Things got steadily worse at the hospital but I am just telling the main issues. I was never treated with anything but a potassium tablet upon discharge. That's how I knew there was a cardiac issue as well. I don't want to let it go. I could have died while in the ER. Where do I go from here?
JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?
JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?
Customer: I remember the officer that came into my room said "pink slip her!" I was cleared medically but would be transported
To OSU because I didn't have insurance. I was placed in what I think was a holding cell. There was an inmate in cell block beside us. His door was open as was mine with no security guards around. My 21 year old daughter was with me and I told her to please go home but she didn't want her to be subjected. I asked a nurse why I was Iin a holding cell and she replied "why do you think that? This is where the social worker talks to you." The Social Worker verified . The place was beyond filthy. I asked her if I had to go to OSU hospital and she told me it her was her decision not the police. She said I was stable and didn't need to be transported. She let me go home but I had to sign a "Self Preservation Contract and had someone with me 24/7 which I fully understand. The doctor told me that the "pink slip" overrides medical clearance. What a nightmare! My children now hide my car keys. It's very humiliating. It all started with my ex's police report riddled with lies.