Cop sorry after being suspended for handcuffing nurse

A Utah cop has expressed remorse after he handcuffed a hospital nurse who refused to draw blood from an unconscious patient, according to the officer’s lawyer.

And the cop, who was suspended after the incident, says he would do things differently if presented with the same situation.

The Daily Mail of London reported the update in the case of Det. Jeff Payne and nurse Alex Wubbels, citing comments the officer’s lawyer, Greg Skordas, made to local television station KUTV.

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“Jeff would love the chance to sit down and apologize for what happened here,” Skordas told the station. “If he could do this over, he would do it over differently.”

The lawyer said



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