Jamal Rutledge, 17, was handcuffed and sitting in the Fort Lauderdale police booking facility on Sept. 10, a few feet away from a desk where Officer Franklin Foulks was doing paperwork.
Only a few seconds pass before Rutledge gets up to check on the officer and immediately determines him to be in distress.
The handcuffed Rutledge then began kicking the security fence and yelling for help in an effort to alert other officers in the area.
the time. I'm up at 6 am, get the boys up, get them breakfast, make lunches, get them dressed, have them out of the house by 7:00, get them to daycare. I'm at work by 8:00. work til 4:00. shop, plan supper, start supper, pick them up from daycare, get home before supper burns. Starts the laundry, tries to clean house, tries to have time to just play with my boys, feeds them, gets them into the shower, covers whatever homework is assigned to them, get them in pjs. gets them to sleep, folds the laundry,cleans the dishes, figures out what bills I'm paying today. Dust, vacuum, laundry. Try to figure out what the heck I'm going to pack them for lunch tomorrow. I go to bed about 12:00. Can't sleep cause my mind won't turn off regarding what has to be done when 6:00am comes again. If you can please tell me your secret