Prisoners have noted that the deputy “feels bad” while performing security procedures in the housing department, the report said.
Returning to his place at the deputy’s table, the deputy lost consciousness and fell to the concrete floor where he opened his head, the GCSO reported.
The prisoners, close enough to the rooms to see him falling, began to slam into their doors, and soon the whole platoon summoned a subconscious deputy.
Later, according to the statement, the deputy said he did not realize that he had gone unconscious, but when he heard the noise, he woke up and rose for his fee to open the cell door, believing that the prisoner needed help.
The GCSO said it had lost consciousness again and prisoners rushed to provide assistance. The deputy survived and recovers at home.
The GCSO thanked the inmates for taking the opportunity to assist the deputy.
“These prisoners came to his aid because our deputy, like most law enforcement officers, treats the people they deserve. These prisoners had no obligation to provide assistance to a bleeding, vulnerable deputy, but they did not hesitate,”; he said. the statement says. “A lot of people have a strong view of law enforcement officers and criminals, but the incident clearly shows the potential good for both.”