The 20 minute clip shows Wubbels explaining the hospital policy to the police officer and even calling her supervisors to confirm the policy, but Detective Payne is seen getting increasingly threatening towards her.
"Three things that allow us to do that are if you have an electric warrant, the patient consents, or the patient is under arrest", Wubbels said.
The police officer then suddenly lunges at the nurse, yelling, "We're done, you're under arrest, you're going", as she screams, "Somebody help me, please!" The most startling point in the footage, however, can be seen at the end when Detective Payne forcefully drags Wubbels into a police vehicle as she screams "help me" to bystanders.
Bodycam and hospital surveillance footage of the incident that happenedJuly 26 showed detective Jeff Payne insisting the on-duty nurse Alex Wubbels let him get a blood sample from a patient who was a victim in a auto crash that led to a fatality in Cache County that happened earlier in the day. He says Payne has been suspended from drawing blood, but no disciplinary action has been taken against him.
The explosive July 26 afternoon encounter was captured on officers' body cameras and is now the subject of an internal investigation by the police department, as the Salt Lake City Tribune reported Thursday.
At 2 pm that day, the victim, William Gray, a truck driver and part time police officer, was driving his semi down Hwy 89. Her first duty was to her patients, she said.
"A blood draw, it just gets thrown around there like it's some simple thing", Wubbels said Thursday, according to the Desert News.
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In the almost 20-minute clip, Wubbels calls several of her supervisors to confirm the policy, but Payne won't take no for an answer.
Wubbels has now released the dramatic video of her arrest, and accused the cop of "harassment" in a press conference.
Utah American Civil Liberties Union spokesperson Anna Brower Thomas said Wubbels hired ACLU attorney Karra Porter to represent her. "I'm a health care worker", she added.
Other officers from the University of Utah and the Department of Public Safety, which provide security for the hospital, did not intervene during the arrest, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.
SHOCKING footage has emerged of a nurse being brutally handcuffed by cops for refusing to take blood from an unconscious patient. In his report, Tracy explained that he spoke with Wubbels on the phone and attempted to convince her to take the blood too, noting that they had "implied consent".
He said that the department "took steps to ensure this will never happen again", including changing its blood draw policy. "We're done", Payne said.