The prisoners noticed that the deputy appeared “bad” in carrying out his security procedures in the housing unit.
When he returned to his seat at the seat, the deputy lost consciousness and fell to the concrete floor, where he opened his head, GCSO said.
The prisoners in the rooms close enough to see him fall began pounding on the door, and soon the whole unit called for unconsciousness.
The deputy later said he did not realize that he had fainted, according to the statement, but after the noise woke up and got up on his fee to open the cell door, he believed that he was an inmate who needed help.
He lost consciousness again and the prisoners were in a hurry to provide help, the GCSO said. The MP survived and is recovering at home.
The GCSO thanked the prisoners for taking the opportunity to help the representative.
“These prisoners came to the rescue because our deputy, like most police officers, treats people with the dignity they deserve. These prisoners had no obligation to provide assistance to the bleeding vulnerable agent, but did not hesitate, “the statement said. “Many people have strong views on law enforcement and criminals, but this incident clearly illustrates the potential goodness found in both.”;