Published: Wed, February 21, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Woman arrested after paramedics 'verbally abused and note left on ambulance'

Woman arrested after paramedics 'verbally abused and note left on ambulance'

A woman who told paramedics to "move your f***ing van" and left a threatening note on their ambulance has been ordered to pay a fine.

Kirsty Sharman, 26, appeared at the North Staffordshire Justice Centre in Newcastle-under-Lyme following the incident, which happened in the Tunstall area of Stoke-on-Trent.

"You have no right to park here!"

"I couldn't give a shit if the whole street collasped (sic). Now move your van from outside my house", with the lettering getting bigger as the writer grew angrier during its writing, and the note also bearing the scars of where it was initially ripped in half by its incredulous recipient.

Police launched a probe when paramedic Katie Tudor tweeted a photo of the note Sunday.

The 26-year-old was also arrested for breaching that order, however that's been withdrawn in court.

Given the personal information detailed by the person inconvenienced by attending emergency service people, presumably police did not struggle to identify the source of the threat.

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"A neighbour saw that note being deposited by the defendant and they took it from the rear windscreen and posted it back through the defendant's address, having torn it apart".

"To avoid any confusion, the arrest relates to the matters of verbal abuse", Owen specified.

"What is it going to take?" he told BBC News.

Chief Inspector John Owen, commander for Stoke North Local Policing Team, said: "It is really important that public servants who are there to serve and help the community feel safe in their day to day duties".

"She accepts the behaviour was completely unacceptable", her solicitor said.

"We don't block roads for the sake of it".

Miss Ryder said: 'Throughout the course of the ambulance being parked, a note was left on the window of the ambulance. "Sadly, as this ambulance crew discovered yesterday, there are unfortunately still a handful of narrow-minded individuals who consider leaving vile abusive notes acceptable". Need the loo? No problem.

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