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Colo. EMT pleads guilty to pain pill theft

- 03/09/2015

Man was fired from EMT job as soon as accusation of stealing patient's medications, captured on surveillance video, was made

Colo. EMT pleads guilty to pain pill theft

- 03/09/2015

NEWSCHANNEL 3 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. A Colorado EMT is off the job after getting caught on camera swiping prescription pain pills from a patient. 31-year-old Brandon Long pleaded guilty ...

Ex-medic pleads not guilty to stealing drugs

- 11/21/2014

By Mike Carter The Seattle Times SEATTLE — A former South King County paramedic has pleaded not guilty to three counts of tampering with consumer products for allegedly stealing morphine ...

Lawyer: N.Y. EMT accused of raping wife was set-up

- 11/12/2014

By Oren Yaniv The New York Daily News NEW YORK — The lawyer for a veteran FDNY paramedic who’s accused of raping his new wife defended the first responder as a man who got framed ...

On-site AEDs not required for Calif. retailers, court says

- 10/29/2014

By Bob Egelko The San Francisco Chronicle SAN FRANCISCO — Retail stores in California have no duty to keep defibrillators on hand in case a customer suffers heart failure, a federal ...

Court: Miami’s non-resident $100 ambulance fee legal

- 07/24/2014

By David Smiley The Miami Herald MIAMI, Fla. — The city of Miami can once again levy a $100 emergency medical transport fee on people who live outside the city, an appellate court ruled ...

Ambulance company reaches settlement with filmmaker

- 07/10/2014

MANNING, N.D. — The Killdeer Area Ambulance reached a settlement with a filmmaker who it alleges recorded a live ambulance response without permission. Cameraman Todd Melby was shooting ...

Bryan Stow jurors deadlocked; judge says keep deliberating

- 07/04/2014

By Kate Mather Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — The jurors tasked with deciding whether the Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were responsible for the brutal 2011 beating of San ...

Judge awards $1.2 million to family of biker killed in ambulance collision

- 07/02/2014

GOLCONDA, Ill. — The family of a teenager who died when he collided with an ambulance while riding his bike was awarded $1.2 million by a southern Illinois jury. Brett McDaniel, 13, ...

7 plead not guilty in Ohio EMS theft case

- 06/26/2014

Zanesville Times Recorder ZANESVILLE, Ohio — The seven Harrison Township Emergency Medical Services members accused of misspending $500,000 in funds designated for the nonprofit pleaded ...

Supreme Court rules AEDs not required in Calif. stores

- 06/24/2014

The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court has ruled that large retailers aren't required to have defibrillators on hand to help treat customers and workers ...

Ex-medic pleads guilty to DUI in fatal hit and run

- 06/04/2014

FOX 8 News FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — Christopher Shane Grubbs told a Forsyth County judge that he spent 20 years as a paramedic and a state highway trooper working to preserve and protect ...

NY jury rules medics liable in $172M brain damage lawsuit

- 05/29/2014

New York Times NEW YORK — A girl who suffered brain damage while waiting for an ambulance won a $172 million judgment against New York City on Wednesday when a Bronx jury determined ...

Va. Beach EMS captain accused of strangling girlfriend

- 05/22/2014

Elisabeth Hulette The Virginian-Pilot VIRGINIA BEACH — An emergency medical services captain is back to facing a felony charge of nonfatally strangling his girlfriend. A General ...

Former N.C. EMS director apologizes for racial slurs

- 04/02/2014

By Kim Gilliland News-Topic LENOIR, N.C. — A former Caldwell County Emergency Management Services director apologized in court Monday to a former employee for nearly five years of racial ...

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