A Paramedic Did What?


 
 

Melanie Brooks | | Thursday, July 10, 2008


LARGO, Fla. -- Most people assume that if they're in an accident, the paramedic treating them will not have a criminal history. At least, that's what they hope.

One former Sunstar paramedic in Pinellas County is causing quite a controversy with his extensive criminal past, considering the fact that he treated thousands of residents.

William Steven Haynes was hired at Sunstar in February 2007. The 42-year-old has an arrest record that includes charges of child abuse, domestic assault, shoplifting and driving with a suspended license.

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