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Payne is still on active duty but he was suspended from the blood draw program and an internal investigation is ongoing.Perhaps even more concerning is a comment Payne is heard saying on the video to another officer.
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Talking about his other job as an ambulance driver, Payne says :'I'll bring 'em all the transients and take the good patients elsewhere.'Wubbels was civil when asked what she would like to see happen to the officer.
'I think he needs some serious training,' she said.
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They also attempt to make the cancellation process as awkward as possible by making you call an operator in America.'And nobody stood in his way.' Alex Wubbels, a former Olympic skier, was working as the charge nurse in the hospital's burn unit the night of July 26 when veteran Salt Lake City Police Det.Jeff Payne came in to get vials of blood from a patient.In the nearly 20-minute clip, Wubbels calls several of her supervisors to confirm the policy, but Payne won't take no for an answer. I want to see people do the right thing first and I want to see this be a civil discourse.Eventually, Payne snaps and tells Wubbels that he's arresting her. ' a hospital staff member asks.'Interfering with a criminal investigation,' Payne replies. And if that's not something that's going to happen and there is refusal to acknowledge the need for growth and the need for re-education, then we will likely be forced to take that type of step.She is seen above during an interview on Friday Wubbels, a former Olympic skier, was working as the charge nurse in the hospital's burn unit the night of July 26 when veteran Salt Lake City Police Det.