Accused Indiana EMT On The Run

Warrant issued for EMT accused of fondling a patient

 

 
 
 

WISH | | Friday, July 23, 2010


NDIANAPOLIS - An arrest warrant has been issued for an EMT  accused of fondling a patient while she was being taken to the hospital.

Indiana State Police believe Jason Jordan has fled the state of Indiana. They say the Terre Haute, Ind. resident may be traveling with his wife, Jamie Lea, in a maroon Ford Taurus or Gray Ford Mustang.

State Police ask anyone who has information as to Jordan’s whereabouts call them at 812-299-1151.

The woman told officers that during the transport, one of ambulance attendants placed a stethoscope on her chest and then the attendant proceeded to slip his other hand into her
pants and move his hand down towards the vaginal area.

The patient told officers said she immediately asked the attendant, "What are you doing?" and "Stop it." She says the attendant stated that he was checking her out and then removed his hand from her pants.

She then said she asked for her cell phone. The same  attendant stated that it was in the front in the driver's compartment of the ambulance and the attendant said that she didn’t need her cell phone.

Then, the patient said she observed the attendant with her cell phone showing the second crew member certain pictures on her cell phone and making comments about those pictures.

The woman told police she didn’t get her cell phone back until they arrived at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis. She told officers she discovered six pictures of her in a bathing suit had been sent to a phone number she did not recognize. She told officers she was certain she did not send those pictures.



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