Nurse Charged With Injecting Patients With Bleach
LUFKIN, Texas — A former nurse accused of intentionally injecting bleach into two patients at a dialysis center was arrested Friday, police said.
Two witnesses said they saw Kimberly Clark Saenz, 34, draw bleach into syringes and inject it into two patients' dialysis lines at the DaVita Dialysis Center on April 28, Lufkin police said in a statement.
Both patients survived, but one required treatment at a hospital, police said.
Police said tests showed bleach in the syringes and dialysis lines.
Caller ID leads to marijuana arrest
Note to drug users: Be careful how you label people on your caller ID.
An Annapolis man was arrested Monday for drug possession after he called another man who was being arrested, city police said.
It started out as a simple traffic stop. At about 10:30 p.m., an officer on patrol pulled over a car on Church Circle near Duke of Gloucester Street for failing to stop at the red light, police said.
The driver was identified as Joshua S. Greene, 22, of Glencoe. Mr. Greene told police he did not have his license with him, but a check through MVA records showed that his license was suspended, according to a police report.
While police were arresting Mr. Greene, his cell phone rang, and the caller ID said it was "Zack the Weed Man" calling.