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Two Salt Lake City police officers have been placed on paid administrative leave after shocking video of a nurse's arrest sparked nationwide outrage.
The Salt Lake City police department announced Friday that it had put Detective Jeff Payne, the officer who arrested Alex Wubbels, plus a second employee, on leave "pending the results of an investigation." The second employee was not identified, but police spokeswoman Christina Judd confirmed to NBC News on Saturday that he was also a police officer.
The pickup driver was killed when the two vehicles collided.
But Wubbels doesn't back down in the videos, which may have been edited. The Associated Press, citing police sources, said he is a reserve police officer in Rigby, Idaho.
In a written report obtained by the Salt Lake City Tribune, Payne said he needed the blood sample to determine whether the patient had illicit substances in his system at the time of the crash. The dramatic video prompted widespread condemnation for the officer's actions and apologies from the Salt Lake City police chief and mayor.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah police officer whose rough arrest of a hospital nurse has drawn condemnation put the woman in handcuffs even after investigators told him not to worry about getting a blood sample he was seeking from a patient, the chief whose department asked for it said Friday.
Officers initially wanted the sample as a routine part of a car crash investigation, said Logan Police Chief Gary Jensen.National Nurses United, the country's largest nursing union, called the encounter "outrageous." Wubbels told NBC News on Friday that the worst part wasn't that she was manhandled by a detective — it was that none of the other officers who were watching intervened.