Sgt. Robert McFarland Arrested 17-Year Old Girl For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

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Sgt. Robert McFarland Arrested 17-Year Old Girl For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

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17-Year Old Girl Arrested For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

17-Year Old Girl Arrested For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

[Sgt. Robert McFarland Arrested 17-Year Old Girl For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father]

[Steve Wilson (INVESTIGATORS (CHIEF INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER):] Source: LYBIO.net
In the Downriver city of Lincoln Park every year, people dial 911 more than 14,000 times, and let’s make it clear right upfront those emergency calls are generally very well handled, but that doesn’t make what happened to Adrianne Ledesma, any less shocking.

[Adrianne Ledesma (CALL FOR HELP):]
I was really scared, because you know, it’s my dad, and he fell. He’s not supposed to fall like that.

[Steve Wilson:]
His fall was so frightening, because he was just three weeks out of the hospital, where he underwent brain surgery and suddenly, he’s on the kitchen floor unconscious and shaking with a severe seizure.

[Adrianne Ledesma:]
I was scared, and like, I don’t know, I was freaking out.

[Steve Wilson:]
So this 17 year old grabbed her phone, and dialed 911, she say, she got no quick answers, so hung up and called again. Now, you know, those emergency calls are recorded, but did you know, the recording starts even before the call is answered. So you can hear her near panic, when again, she can’t get an immediate answer, blurting out the f-word just as the call is picked up.

[Caller (Adrianne Ledesma):]
What the f***?

[Officer (Sgt. Robert McFarland):]
911.

[Caller (Adrianne Ledesma):]
I need an ambulance at (address) Hartwick.

[Steve Wilson:]
But the Lincoln Park cop, who takes the call admonishes her, and only makes her more frantic.

[Officer (Sgt. Robert McFarland):]
Well, okay first of all, you don’t need to swear over 911.

[Caller (Adrianne Ledesma):]
OK.

[Officer (Sgt. Robert McFarland):]
And slow down.

[Caller (Adrianne Ledesma):]
Send me a f****** ambulance!

[Officer (Sgt. Robert McFarland):]
(hangs up the phone)

[Steve Wilson:] Source: LYBIO.net
You haven’t had a chance to tell him, how serious this is, right? And he’s already hung up the phone.

[Adrianne Ledesma:]
No, I thought my dad was going to die, I was really scared.

[Steve Wilson:]
So you called back.

[Officer:] 911.

[Caller:] Are you going to give me an ambulance?

[Officer:] Are you going to swear again, you stupid a**?

[Caller:] Are we going to have a f****** problem?

[Officer:] No! You’re not going to get one!

[Caller:] Do you want to f****** lose your job?

[Steve Wilson:]
Your dad is still on the floor.

[Adrianne Ledesma:]
Well, I’m thinking, he is seriously hurt, because he’s still having a seizure. This is a really long seizure, and I’m thinking that I want to complain about this guy, because he shouldn’t be hanging up on me.

[Steve Wilson:]
So she calls back a third time.

[Officer:] 911.

[Caller:] I just want to know, what’s your name because you’re getting sued.

[Officer:] Good!

[Caller:] What is it?

[Officer:] Good. Good for you ’cause you’re a buffoon!

[Caller:] Send the f****** ambulance!

[Officer:]
[hangs up]

[Steve Wilson:] After wasting more than six minutes the cop finally call the rescue squad.

[Operator:]
Fire desk.

[Officer:] Source: LYBIO.net
I kept getting a 9-1-1 call from this filthy-mouthed girl that wanted a rescue. I never found out, what it was, and I was never able to transfer it over to you.

[Steve Wilson:]
And that’s the same story he told on the police radio, when he dispatched the squad car to the house.

[Officer:]
I kept getting 9-1-1 calls from this girl, hostile girl requesting a rescue. No idea, what it’s for? I couldn’t get through her comments.

[Steve Wilson:]
Meanwhile Adrianne left her older bother to tend to her dad, and rushed a few blocks here the police headquarters to demand help, and file a complaint. By now, she was even more agitated, more profane, and louder, when the cop greeted her with this.

[Adrainne Ledesma:]
Are you the girl with the foul mouth? And I said, yes, and then he came out from the back and then arrested. Well, put me in the back room and then arrested me.

[Steve Wilson:]
That’s right. She was cuffed and cited for disorderly conduct and abusing 911, a charge that doesn’t even exist. So, who is this officer, who so badly mishandled such an important job? He’s Sergeant Robert McFarland, a 20-year veteran of the department, and a man who did his best to avoid public accountability for what he did here.

[Steve Wilson:] Sergeant.

[Sergeant Robert McFarland:] Get out of here.

[Steve Wilson:] Help us understand.

[Sergeant Robert McFarland:] Get out of here.

[Steve Wilson:] What were you thinking?

[Sergeant Robert McFarland:] No comment.

[Steve Wilson:] What were you thinking, sir? You put a life in danger, you put the taxpayer’s at risk.

[Steve Wilson:]
The officer who makes at least $62,000 a year has publicly said not a word at all about his conduct that day, while his boss, has not ducked responsibility. Lincoln Park’s Chief of Police, Tom Karnes, not only agreed to be interviewed, he was refreshingly candid, and made no excuses.

[Thomas Karnes:]
This is not the station’s finest moment, I will tell you that.

[Steve Wilson:]
The chief frankly admits my guy screwed up on this, but still he says, he just can’t explain, why it happened.

[Steve Wilson:]
He never once asked her, what’s wrong? Are you in an emergency situation? Do you need an ambulance? Is somebody dying?

[Thomas Karnes:]
No, he did not. It’s not, how could he – obviously something happened there, something that is totally out of his character.

[Steve Wilson:]
In fact, my review of Sergeant McFarland’s record shows several commendations as a Lincoln Park officer. He has repeatedly received positive performance evaluations, and not a single disciplinary action against him ever before.

[Adrainne Ledesma:]
Anybody who finds their dad like that is going to be panicking, you know, so I think they’re trained to know that people are going to be freaking out, when they call. I wouldn’t feel bad if he got suspended, maybe fired.

[Thomas Karnes:]
Is a 30-day suspension…

[Steve Wilson:]
Would that be enough?

[Thomas Karnes:]
I think it may be something where he will lose time over, and he will have training.

[Steve Wilson:]
But he’ll have his job.

[Thomas Karnes:]
Yes.

[Steve Wilson:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
Well, since my visit with the chief, we’ve learned he has decided to suspend the sergeant without pay for two-weeks, and send him for some additional training. Meanwhile, the girl and her dad who is home recovering have an attorney, and they’re talking settlement with the city.

Steve Wilson, Channel 7 Action.

Sgt. Robert McFarland Arrested 17-Year Old Girl For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

Sgt. Robert McFarland Arrested 17-Year Old Girl For Swearing Whilst Talking With A 911 Operator To Help Dying Father

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