2seaoat wrote:The Santa Rosa Sheriff's office dropped the ball in my opinion by expanding on the mother being stabbed to death and providing far too much specific and graphic detail of the crime scene. If this kid had someone helping him or others were involved, this kind of detail is not released until the trial. Very poor use of information, and the graphic detail is being exposed to children who read the newspaper. The horror of a son stabbing his mother to death should have been enough. Not real impressed with the person who allowed the graphic details to be released initially, until all possible theories have been exhausted. Bush league.
. I never mentioned the ambulance.2seaoat wrote: Fire and first responders arrived before the police and the neighbors went in after the kid fled the scene.
Are you telling me that police arrived after the ambulance?
2seaoat wrote:Ok, I will try this again. Are you telling me a fire engine arrived at this murder scene before the police arrived?
2seaoat wrote:I am not blindly doing anything. A murder scene without exception should not be sending in first responders until the site is swept. My only comments have been that murder scene facts should not have been released in the detail it was to the press. Somebody talked. I have not blindly accused the police, the first responders, but my suspicions remain as to who released these details. Law enforcement should never release this kind of detail beyond the possibility more may have been involved, it will prejudice a jury selection. I stand on my original comments. The details released on this murder scene indicate either somebody in an official position dropped the ball, or the murder scene was not properly secured. If you are telling me the neighbors came over immediately and reported these facts to the press, I have not seen those interviews, nor could I doubt that is possible if first responders went into a murder scene first..........I have just seen very strict guidelines in regard to a response to a murder. I know a fire chief who had to wait three minutes for a sweep of a home before his people could get into the murder scene. They followed well defined regulations in regard to the same.
These grisly details should never have been released. The mother being stabbed to death was sufficient for initial information being released and certainly until all avenues of investigation had been exhausted and a potential jury was not being prejudiced, could these details wait.....sure could.
Firemen are crossed trained as EMT's and some are paramedics. Fire, in Santa Rosa county and I assume Escambia county are always dispatched for medical emergencies. In the south end of the county.....fire usually arrives before EMS.Dreamsglore wrote:I'd like to know why the fire chief or any of the fireman are at crime scenes?
. You keep saying the cops gave the details to Navarre press.2seaoat wrote:Seaoat call Navarre Press and tell them about juries and the SA..
Please expand your comment. Did the Navarre Press release an interview with a neighbor which you have argued provided this graphic crime scene detail? Has anybody heard the 911 calls on this tragedy?
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