LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – The arrest of a 73-year-old Loveland woman who lives with dementia has raised concerns among many in the Northern Colorado region after body camera video of the arrest went viral online. Attorneys representing Karen Garner, who suffers from dementia and sensory aphasia, say the fragile woman experienced a broken arm, dislocated shoulder and sprained wrist following an altercation with Loveland Police Officer Austin Hopp in June 2020. (credit: The Life & Liberty Law Office) “(Hopp) drove behind her for a little bit, about 20 seconds with his lights on, expecting a certain response,” said Sarah Schielke, Civil Rights Attorney for The Life & Liberty Law Office in Loveland. READ MORE: Subaru Stolen Outside Westminster Business With 15-Year-Old Dog Inside Schielke filed a 52-page lawsuit Wednesday accusing Officer Hopp, Officer Daria Jalali, Sgt. Philip Metzler and the City of Loveland of excessive force and violation of the Americans With … [Read more...] about ‘We Are Concerned’: Loveland Police Chief Responds To Forceful Arrest Of 73-Year-Old With Dementia
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DENVER (CBS4) – April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. It is a time to spread the word about this disease, but also a time to learn more about the treatments being offered. File of a human brain. (Getty Images) According to the Parkinson’s Foundation , more than 1 million people are currently living with the disease in the United States. 60,000 Americans are diagnosed every year, and men are 1.5 times more likely to have Parkinson’s than women. READ MORE: Subaru Stolen Outside Westminster Business With 15-Year-Old Dog Inside On CBSN Denver , we talked to Dr. Matthew Mian, a functional neurosurgeon at Swedish Medical Center . He says Parkinson’s symptoms go beyond tremors. “Sometimes the most outward things that we notice or that lead to the diagnosis are things like the tremor, but actually Parkinson’s disease affects all parts of the body. Many times, in retrospect, patients have had problems long before their tremor becomes apparent. That includes sleep … [Read more...] about Parkinson’s Awareness Month Aims To Dispel Myths, Educate About Disease, Treatments
Jacqueline Jossa has revealed the horrific messages she's been receiving from trolls targeting her children. The former EastEnders star, 28, shares daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two, with husband Dan Osborne . And Jac has admitted that the abuse has made her feel "unwell" as she shared just some of the cruel DMs she's received on Instagram . Taking to her Instagram Story, Jac wrote: "Important: I'm so confused by trolls and people that write on mad depressing websites about people they class as Z listers... "Everyone is entitled to their opinions, I just find it mad they don't just write it in a WhatsApp group with friends, chat between friends and just get on with their day. To troll and write in forums is the saddest thing of all." The mum-of-two went on: "People must be so lonely :( poor guys. I don't understand why follow my page or my account, if you don't like me, believe in anything I do and don't like what I post. It's beyond me. It's so so sad. "If you … [Read more...] about Jacqueline Jossa says trolls are making her ‘unwell’ with cruel jibes about her kids
THE funeral service for the Duke of Edinburgh has taken place, with the final farewell "the saddest day" for Her Majesty, the Queen. Due to Covid restrictions the Queen was forced to sit alone inside Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel as she lead the Royal Family in mourning at the funeral of her beloved husband, the Duke of Edinburgh . Dressed in a face mask and in sombre black, it was the first time the monarch, grieving for her devoted companion of 73 years, has been officially seen in public since Philip died eight days ago. And the Duke's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault at St George's Chapel - and was broadcast live for the first time in history. Accompanied by her loyal lady-in-waiting Lady Susan Hussey, the Queen made her way from the Sovereign's Entrance in the State Bentley, as the national anthem was played, to join the solemn funeral procession. Philip's coffin, draped in his striking 12ft personal standard and decorated with a wreath of flowers … [Read more...] about Duke of Edinburgh funeral updates LIVE: Queen leaves service followed by Charles, William and Harry after ‘saddest day’
I. It’s 1995, and I’m in seventh-grade keyboarding class. The school computer lab has clunky greige Apple computers loaded with Mavis Beacon software. We dutifully practice placing our fingers on the “home row”: the left hand on ASDF , right on JKL; . We practice typing short words, then sentences, aiming for accuracy and speed while keeping those fingers on the home row. This goes on once a week for three months. The class is easy. I get a decent grade. Then we switch to Health class, which is much more exciting because it talks about s-e-x. Because it’s 1995, health class spends a lot of time teaching about contraceptive foam and the sponge. Neither the sponge nor the home row method will serve me in my adult life. II. It’s the week that vaccines become available to New Yorkers age 30+, and I’m venting to friends in a group chat that I haven’t been able to book an appointment online yet. “That’s because Katie is probably typing in that she lives in BROKOLYN NWE … [Read more...] about Why Am I Sp Bad At Typign?