Man asserts 4th amendment rights after He was found laid out Daytona beach police

After seeing this man fall back and collapse, I called get medical help. Unfortunately the send police on drug calls
Like this and do what is called aMarchman act.

He was taken into protective custody under marchman act. https://www.tpoftampa.com/understanding-the-marchman-act/

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42 thoughts on “Man asserts 4th amendment rights after He was found laid out Daytona beach police

  1. Since when do you call for an ambulance and only cops show up. Anyone watch Nightwatch on A&E ? They see tweakers all the time and the cops hardly show when they think its OD. They send out medics. Shame on Daytona. Trying to abuse the 4th ammendment on a tweaker

  2. Bystanders please don't insert yourself into the encounter. Just shut up and record.

    You can't know if the officer is nice or not. Cos he might be nice to get the guy to incriminate himself. Cops don't come out because they want to help, they come out to find something to arrest for.

    Do you think the cop wants to search his bag to help the guy?

  3. Wow this is your brain on drugs now I know the situation but my question is what law was broken for the man to be arrested from what I understand it’s not illegal to be on drugs it’s illegal to purchase or possess drugs he really wasn’t bothering anyone at the time of the arrest I do think we have to have a follow up here because I’m pretty sure that sign is pregnant

  4. That officer was professional and did the right thing. For anyone wondering, in this instance if he is being detained under medical orders we would 100% inventory his personal belongings but anything narcotic related would just be documented for medical purposes and removed or destroyed. There is no need to charge this man for a drug possession charge when he obviously has a medical drug related disability. I wish most municipalities worked like this.

  5. Good for James Madison to help this guy. However leave him be, we wasn't hurting anyone let him be cranked out. It was his choice to be on drugs let him do what he wants.

  6. Sad, I often watch a channel called Morals over money, it is about Kensington, Philadelphia the biggest open drug market in America and how bad they all need help with drug addiction. Check it out ,the guy does alot to help those people.

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  8. It’s so hard to trust that these gang members will fully conduct themselves in the most honorable and moral fashion from start to finish (they notoriously & consistently do not).
    I’m not even sure that restricting this man’s movement, handcuffing him and relocating him (potentially against his will) is even morally the right thing to do.
    It seems more like a forcible kidnapping, to me.
    Who was he harming?

  9. Just one of many reasons we need police and might add police like this doing good things.
    I hope ol mate the cop never violated Meth-Yoga-Man off camera, I would assume not however one should never assume.

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