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A witness working in the office the day of the incident told investigators she asked Patterson if performing a procedure was a good idea, and Patterson responded that she had seen the procedure done “plenty of times.”
The male victim was ordered to get on the ground, but when the female victim was ordered out of the car she noticed scratches and damage to the front end and remarked that it was not a real police car. The suspects fled.
When the swan arrived at Bay Indies, some of its feathers were ruffled after a long day of traveling. The swan jumped out of its crate, and chased a bystander down the road before it eventually jumped in the water.
They say they were called by a man who arrived at the home to find his mother and brother dead in the garage from apparent gunshot wounds.
“When I woke up, he had pillows in his hand and was going through stuff in my bed, so it was weird. They were very, very close to me,” she says. “And I screamed and said a couple of mean words, and I was just like ‘who are you?’ And they ran out.”
"He is our hero and we will always remember him as our hero," says Amanda Jones, the rescued girl's mother.
According to Sheriff's deputies, 45-year-old Mark Allen Johnson was working on an elevator at the Tradewinds when the elevator fell on top of him.
A passerby called in the report at 5:45 p.m. Authorities responded and closed the area to traffic, particularly Beneva between Queen & Clark, and some residents were being notified to stay in their homes until the investigation was complete.
"I didn't even think," said Espinoza, "I just jumped in and went to save her I didn't even know how strong the current was when i jumped in."
It happened in the 1900 block of 32nd Street, near Gillespie Avenue in Sarasota around 11pm.