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Yengi R. Lado, 27, was convicted of a felony count of second-degree grand larceny and was ordered to pay $250,000 in restitution
Cassandra Pena-Romero, 27, was shot outside Metropolitan EMS dispatch center where she worked
Three other children exhibited symptoms of opioid intoxication and were treated with Narcan by first responders on scene
Terrance Trent Darby, 34, allegedly drove the ambulance toward a sheriff’s office captain who was setting up stop sticks to assist with ending the chase
A Metro Atlanta Ambulance Service provider was allegedly struck multiple times and shoved head-first into a cabinet by a patient in the back of the ambulance
Hillsborough County deputies say the EMT got out of his vehicle, walked to the open driver’s side window of the other man’s car and punched him
Lachelle Jordan told police that Michael Stennett often followed her in his personal vehicle while she was on duty, and also waited outside her home
Miguel Nieblas Ontiveros faces charges stemming from a 2022 transport of a 76-year-old fall victim
Chief Joshua Vance said Christopher Lee Linn showed up at scenes, then joined the Wharncliffe VFD on a provisional basis and was not to go on calls
The mother handed the child to Boca Raton Fire Rescue paramedics, who helped him regain a faint pulse before transporting him
“If you assault EMS personnel, you will be arrested, and we will press charges,” said Chuck Kearns, CEO of Chatham Emergency Services
American Medical Response has placed the DeKalb County medic on administrative leave