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Update on the Officer Exposure

I am happy to report that last night around 11 pm, Officer Turner was reported to be lucid and fully aware. It took far longer than we would hope to get him there, but most importantly, he was doing well. I reached out to him personally this morning, but I have not heard back yet.


I would like to acknowledge that there was quick thinking and action to get him on a chopper and send him to the hospital. Unlike previous stories of officers being driven to the hospital in a car/van, there was very little hesitation to my knowledge to get the transport done.


That being said, I did just get off of the phone with the Director who is on his way to LCC with DD Wickham. I addressed quite a few issues surrounding this incident. Below is my account of our conversation.


Ok just got off the phone with the Director. He tells me unit 6 at SDCC WAS ordered locked down. I stressed it should not just be one unit, but the whole yard.


NDOC is going to borrow a machine for a week to scan all mail, papers, etc. in the units and at SDCC. The permanent machines from viapath will come later. There will be one machine per facility to scan mail once they arrive.


He said drug dogs are easy and he will work on bringing them in asap to SDCC. All doors at SDCC are set to be replaced/repaired through public works, so he is going to use this incident to push them even harder to get this done sooner.


We discussed the situation where the medical staff waited for the warden's approval to use a shot dose of Narcan. He stated to me there is no such rule that he is aware of, regarding shots being for inmates only. This was an error and "we are not going to let an officer die" while waiting for approval.


I discussed the idea that these substances are likely being mixed with something, causing the severe side effects. Due to the lack of effectiveness of the Narcan in last nights incident, we may be dealing with a calcium channel blocker or a beta blocker. This stuff is far too technical for me, but I presented the idea to him.


He made a very good point that we need to get the substance tested, so we know exactly what we are dealing with. As difficult as it is, we need to preserve these crime scenes for evidence. He said even if we just know an area of cells where the exposure occurred, we will take all of their property for testing.


As I receive more information I will keep you all updated. Be safe and take care of each other!

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Will there be new charges like assault/battery or attempted Murder on a peace Officer for those inmates exposing these officers purposely to these harmful drugs? If so, this may deter them from attempting to take out Officers this way in the future, and word will travel quick to the other yards!

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Go figure, they never do when they are needed!

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Do we know if the officer is still in the hospital? If so where and what room so we can pay respects?

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I texted him today, with no response. My guess is that he is home by now.

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Lonatic
Lonatic
27 nov 2023

I hope there's gonna be a massive search of SDCC. I'll be the first to sign up for that shit.

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Anthony Rose
Anthony Rose
27 nov 2023

Several officers have been finding drugs on the yard and even the inmates talk about how much is on the yard. It would be nice if we could get a drug dog staffed on each yard so that drug checks could happen easier and more often. Just an idea.

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Anthony Rose
Anthony Rose
27 nov 2023

We should also get the drug dogs up to NNCC too. There are so much drugs on all of the yards

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I can certainly mention it for all facilities. Have you all been finding a bunch of dope?

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