|Published: 8:12 AM, 02/25/2014
||Last updated: 8:12 AM, 02/25/2014
Author: Nelson Morais
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
charge nurse at Newport Medical Center said a man who allegedly disagreed with
the hospital’s diagnosis of his 14-year-old special needs grandson, took the
juvenile from the hospital without being discharged on Friday night, the
Newport Police Department reported.
David House allegedly told officers the juvenile was in the process of being
transferred to another hospital for his special needs around 11 p.m. Friday,
when his grandparent, Warren Howe, 62, said he did not agree with the medical
staff’s diagnosis for the youth, and left the hospital without the juvenile
allegedly tried calling a phone number for the grandfather they had on file,
but the number was disconnected, Elliott stated in his report.
requested a deputy sheriff go to the man’s and juvenile’s Hartford residences,
but the deputy sheriff reportedly said he could not locate the addresses that
had been provided to NMC, according to Elliott’s report.
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