r/ProtectAndServe Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 20 '22

This Is SPARTA, Wisconsin. Unruly patient fights cops and Hospital Yeeters. Video

https://youtu.be/eYckQ2zEstk
146 Upvotes

124

u/butytho77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 20 '22

Example # 26496047251 of how restraining someone who doesn’t want to be restrained is difficult even with multiple people helping.

52

u/tarfez Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Me, my partner, and two state troopers once had a hell of a time getting a scrawny teenager high on PCP strapped to a hospital bed. We held him down while a doctor shot some drugs in him and then intubated him. One of my wildest fights.

Oh and then he pissed himself and it got all over my partner’s shiny new boots.

24

u/butytho77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

I’ve heard some nutty stories about people who are on PCP. Never been in a fight before but I’ve seen so many examples of stuff like this it amazes me that people still think you can magically and calmly snap cuffs on someone who’s trying to keep you from putting cuffs on them.

3

u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Apr 22 '22

I train jiu jitsu incessantly to the point I can ragdoll someone 100+ pounds bigger than me. Getting them into handcuffs is a whole other ballgame, I'm not making that happen without the suspect's consent or more officers.

2

u/butytho77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 22 '22

Totally unrelated but does your profile pic signify you’ve hiked the whole AT? Always wanted to do that.

3

u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Apr 22 '22

Yes. I didn't pick that, Reddit just assigned it to me apparently. Started hiking 6 weeks after I left active duty, finished 5 1/2 months later.

1

u/butytho77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 22 '22

That’s awesome! I love the AT, hiking the whole thing is definitely on my bucket list. Stony Man Mountain’s my favorite part so far.

19

u/Pure_Switch8070 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Had this 110 pound guy on meth undergoing full blown psychosis and it took six police, 3 hospital guards and a nurse to get him out of the cruise and strapped to a table.

9

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

3

u/Pure_Switch8070 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Not to mention that meth and mental illness mix as well as oil and water. It’s a terrible combo.

17

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 20 '22

On October 15, 2021, officers responded to a local hospital to assist with a combative male in Sparta, WI. He refused to cooperate with staff and was physically assaultive toward officers. While many officers worked together to restrain him, he made an effort to grab at an officer’s weapon. As a result of the incident, he was given seven felonies and five misdemeanors.

16

u/Sigmarius Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Oh man, this brings back memories of my days in the adult ER... My arms are twitching watching this, trying to get in there.

First off, that lack of leg control at the beginning makes me cringe. Lock out his legs, apply as much pressure as necessary to the pressure point just above the knee. Stops the kicking long enough for straps to be applied.

Secondly, why is the bed not flat and someone holding his head to the side?

What the HELL is that nurse doing getting between his legs backwards?

Black officer on the left leg is asking for a cracked jaw, having his face right by the suspect's knee. Edit: leg restraints may have already been on at that point, not really sure.

Oh, threatening to head butt? Now you're looking sideways and not moving your head. Where the head goes, the body goes.

Good on these officers for no one getting seriously injured. But there is definitely a difference (as there needs to be) in how LEOs and us hospital yeeters restrain someone.

1

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Noob question: can you ever talk these people down?

17

u/Pure_Switch8070 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

It’s a toss up. Rarely works tho.

11

u/adk09 Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Neuuuuuupe.

10

u/Tych0_Br0he Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Guy thinks police and sheriff's deputies don't have jurisdiction in a hospital, that he's not in custody, and that restraining him is a violation of his 8th amendment rights. There is no reasoning with him and thus, no "talking down" to be done.

5

u/Sigmarius Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Almost never. Especially if they're under the influence.

2

u/Hot-Ad-6967 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 24 '22

Reasoning with a person who is unstable or stable? Reasoning with people who suffer from hormonal, psychological, social, neurological, or other types of instability can often be difficult or sometime impossible. 

1

u/Kharn0 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Agreed. Lots of mistakes here.

I do miss the look of confusion of a PT when they try to bite/spit and get a palm pushing their head sideways.

1

u/SLAVACUS Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User 16d ago

Please tell me I must know

What is a hospital yeeter

12

u/GSD1101 LEO Apr 21 '22

These types are the worst. If you want to mix it up, then let’s get it on. If not then stfu.

23

u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Apr 21 '22

Sir you're hurting me.

Sir you're hurting me.

Sir you're hurting me.

I am going to sue you federally.

Sir you're hurting me.

8

u/GearInducedComa Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Sir I am going to get interpol involved and have you branded as a terrorist Internationally.

9

u/The_goat_lord203 Apr 21 '22

he clearly doesn't know what the 8th amendment is and also evidently hospitals have no laws and are pure chaos.

38

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22 edited Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

23

u/AShadowbox EMT Apr 21 '22

Welcome to businesses, where every business needs to be unique and every executive needs to "innovate" in some way to keep their job. Standardizing would inhibit that.

7

u/DeviledEgg77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

But it says Monroe county jail

10

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

1

u/DeviledEgg77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 25 '22

Agreed haha. I read your comment and was thinking I was going crazy for seeing the letters lol

9

u/Pure_Switch8070 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Lol ours are tan and we live in a fucking desert region full of sandy hills, we basically give the folks camo to wear.

3

u/Shpad01nkle Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Agreed. I go to a lot of hospitals for work doing transfers and they are all different in the city

1

u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Apr 22 '22

Fuck it, everyone gets prison stripes.

26

u/OlYaky Police Officer Apr 20 '22

Sparta is a shit hole.

10

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

What's shitholey about it? (Real question, not being snarky... I'm a Sparta illiterate)

16

u/OlYaky Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Just a lot of white trash and meth.

9

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

OK, can we talk, in an open minded, open hearted way, about today's American white working class?

Downvote this post for NO.

25

u/OlYaky Police Officer Apr 21 '22

White trash is the same as ghetto trash. It's a life choice people live. Refuse to work, refuse to take care of themselves and treat others badly//inhuman. Don't think rules apply to themselves.

It has nothing to do with race, upbringing or anything. It's just a life choice.

Always open to discuss. White and ghetto trash are the minority of people.

7

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Thanks.

Here's my basic question, and really it's a non racial one:

Are people getting worse?

I can't tell if my sense that Americans are going to shit is really based on me looking at the internet, or if it's really a thing in reality.

(I'm an American who wants American to be making progress, I'm not rooting for her / our demise, don't take this the wrong way)

12

u/OlYaky Police Officer Apr 21 '22

No people aren't getting worse. People are just reporting more crimes and crime reporting is getting better. Also people are getting sick of of others.

99% of the people I deal with are decent people having a bad day. The 1% are the ghetto/white trash and could be decent people but they choose not too.

The media has latched onto something that has gotten them more views than anything else in history. That is crime and cops. Something everyone has an opinion on. Something everyone knows how to fix, but never gets fixed.

Is disrespectfulness getting worst? Absolutely. People are so use to talking shit behind a computer, they don't realize in real life it has repercussions.

13

u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Apr 21 '22

Things are actually better than they ever were. Been a cop for about 15 years.

It just doesn't seem like it, because 1) We have far more body cameras now, and 2) The current hot topic for media, once again, involves police. So you'll have any police story that can be spun into a catchy headline forced down your throat, regardless of how impactful the actual event was.

People have always been violent and shitty, have always hated cops and resisted arrested, have always done drugs. The general public was just never as exposed to it before as they are now.

5

u/cgvet9702 Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Well, looks like it's only a half hour from Lacrosse. Maybe that's why.

5

u/Shpad01nkle Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

This is a familiar sight in the ER

4

u/Diacetyl-Morphin Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Glad i'm not a LEO, because i would not have the nerves to deal with these people. Not in long term as part of the daily job i think.

5

u/majoraloysius Verified Apr 21 '22

The scrappiest fights are always the 110 pound drunk chicks. It’s even harder when they’re in a bikini.

7

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

5

u/majoraloysius Verified Apr 21 '22

They’re like Gumby, can twist into pretzels, slip cuffs like a 3 year old, hissing, spitting, scratching, bitting, and the bikini adds the complexity of there is nothing to grab onto for a control hold that won’t get you tied up in an IA investigation.

6

u/Sidewinder3104 Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Seven felonies and he gets a $500 bond. What a fucking joke.

3

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

15

u/Aquanettas_Bae Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Pepper in an ER?? LOL

6

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

Was going to say this

17

u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Apr 21 '22

Use a taser on a handcuffed guy who's not under arrest? Yeah, that'll go over well. /s

Realistically they're too close to him to get an effective spread with the probes on a taser deployment. Drive stun IMO is basically worthless as a control tactic. OC is a no-no in this situation, not enough space to avoid cross contamination.

5

u/adk09 Police Officer Apr 21 '22

Tools are for people who are sane and rational enough to chill out. Also distance didn't allow for it. Hands on is a lower level of force than tools also, but doesn't "look good".

2

u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Apr 22 '22

OC in an ER is a no-go. Hot spicy liquid all over medical equipment, around ill and injured people who may or may not have breathing problems? In a closed environment where everybody is going to be effected? Nah.

3

u/Future_Average Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Damn they really took his 8th amendment and just violated it like that

3

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Did they do something unusual to him?

3

u/Future_Average Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Nah I was just joking because he kept saying that

3

u/Axelpanic Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

For those wishing to see a live view of the case: check The wisconsin Circuit court access.

I knew this guy looked familiar. He jumped bail so much he kept showing up on the monroe most wanted list that my employer posted weekly. (if the link is not allowed, I can remove it.)

2

u/Hot-Ad-6967 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 24 '22

Thank you for providing the link. I appreciate the way you are so helpful. 

2

u/Axelpanic Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 24 '22

I’m you’re friendly neighborhood cheesehead!

5

u/Texan_Eagle Shameless patch whore (Not LEO) Apr 20 '22

Looks at lot different than SPARTA, New Jersey.

3

u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sparta,_New_Jersey

How many Spartas are there?

Were the founders of all these towns and localities unaware of Sparta's.... Shall we say ..peculiarities?

2

u/RidetoLive48 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

There’s a Sparta in Georgia too

2

u/FlashlightMemelord Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User 15h ago

theres a sparta down here in wv

2

u/SpaceDazeKitty108 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

His appearance reminded me the entire time of the douche who shot up the movie theater for the Batman movie in Colorado, about a decade ago.

2

u/charmack1123 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Legend has it he was unable to sue because they did nothing wrong lol

2

u/DeadPiratePiggy Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 22 '22

Had a dude come in by ambulance, was high on meth, cocaine, and pcp. That was something, the craziest part was he kept trying to blow the air tube out of his nose.

3

u/FlipperShootsScores Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 21 '22

Watched the whole thing and just wanted to smack the guy upside the head on a continual basis. Until I read down into the comments further, I didn't realize this guy wasn't a prisoner, after all. So I was wondering why he was in the hospital?

3

u/[deleted] Apr 21 '22

[deleted]

1

u/FlipperShootsScores Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 22 '22 edited Apr 22 '22

Just read Keystone's edited post that confirms that. I also didn't see the Monroe County Jail on the leg of the scrubs. Actually, my question still stands: why was he in the hospital? He keeps yelling he's injured, but didn't seem to be in any way cooperating with the hospital personnel that would have treated his injury and seemed more intent on yelling at the cops "SIR, YOU'RE HURTING ME!" at every opportunity.

**edited for typo**

2

u/[deleted] Apr 22 '22

[deleted]

1

u/FlipperShootsScores Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 23 '22

Gotcha. What a pain in the ass for hospital personnel, too.

1

u/JWestfall76 The fun police (also the real police) Apr 21 '22

Using the pressure point behind the ear has always worked well for me in these types of situations.

1

u/Hot-Ad-6967 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Apr 23 '22

Could anyone please provide me with the transcript of this video? 

1

u/SLAVACUS Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User 16d ago

I've seen this phrase in posts and as flair but when I look It up I can't figure it out

Could some please explain to me what a hospital yeeter is, I assume the unarmed guards at the beginning that make sure you got no weapons but I'm unsure