Canada Wife says Ottawa officer assaulted while firefighters stood by

19:52  13 september  2017
19:52  13 september  2017 Source:   Ottawa Citizen

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The wife of an Ottawa police constable is calling out the force for “inaction” over an altercation in which she says her husband almost had his arm “snapped broken” by a veteran MMA fighter while firefighters allegedly stood idly by.

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The wife of an Ottawa police constable is calling out the force for “inaction” over an altercation in which she says her husband almost had his arm “snapped broken” by a veteran MMA fighter while firefighters allegedly stood idly by.

Ottawa firefighters from Pump 24, paramedics and police were all dispatched after a caller reported what appeared to be an unconscious man lying on the ground beside a McDonald’s restaurant near Merivale Road and Viewmount Drive around 2:30 a.m. on July 30.

Const. Paolo Crescenzi was the first responding police officer on scene. He approached the man, an altercation ensued and, when the constable “attempted to place the individual under arrest, (the man) somehow successfully managed to flip (the officer) onto the ground and place him in an arm bar,” according to an email the officer’s wife, Melanie Crescenzi, sent to the chief of police.

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Melanie Crescenzi alleges four firefighters who also responded to the call refused to help her husband.

“They continued to stand by and do nothing while my husband was on the ground seconds from having his arm snapped broken,” she wrote. “They even continued to stand by and do nothing when my husband looked (one of them) in the eyes, told him his arm was about to break and asked all of them for help.”

Two female paramedics did radio their dispatch and ask for more police officers to respond immediately to the escalating scene.

A second officer arrived just minutes after Crescenzi was on scene and Tasered the suspect. Almost immediately afterwards, tense words were exchanged by the officer and firefighters and efforts were made to notify the fire supervisor on duty. 

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In an Aug. 22 email to Chief Charles Bordeleau, obtained by the Citizen, Melanie Crescenzi expresses her disappointment with the force and the chief’s office.

After the call, Crescenzi wrote, her husband discovered that the man he had attempted to arrest was “aboriginal, deeply under the influence of drugs and … had been training and practicing MMA fighting for over 20 years.”

Constable Paolo Crescenzi signs the register during the Ottawa Police Service graduation ceremony for new officers in 2009. Chris Mikula/Postmedia © Chris Mikula, The Ottawa Citizen Constable Paolo Crescenzi signs the register during the Ottawa Police Service graduation ceremony for new officers in 2009. Chris Mikula/Postmedia

Crescenzi takes issue with what she believes could have happened if the second officer hadn’t arrived: at best, her husband would have been injured; at worst, he may have had to reach for his gun and shoot the suspect, which could have had fatal consequences with implications for not only her family, but also the police force.

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“We both know how that latter scenario would turn out — no one would care that the individual was assaulting police; instead my husband would be portrayed as the racist, white police officer that killed an aboriginal man and his life, along with mine, our son’s and our families’ lives would have been ruined.”

Nearly one month after the incident, Melanie Crescenzi wrote that neither the chief nor any of his “brass” had reached out to the constable.

“Chief Bordeleau, you and I both know that, if it were a constable who stood by and failed to assist a firefighter, the OPS would have imposed every possible sanction upon them. Pursuant to s. 129 of the Criminal Code, those four firefighters had a legal obligation to assist Const. Crescenzi when he asked them for help and they chose to stand by and do nothing. This is not something that can or should be swept under the rug,” she alleged.

Under section 129 of the Criminal Code, anyone without reasonable excuse who fails to assist a police officer who is trying to arrest someone is guilty of a criminal offence. But officers tell the Citizen that this section of the code leaves much to be interpreted. The request for assistance must be reasonable and to ask unarmed individuals to assist, even if they are first responders, is often a tall order.

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“The OPS’s and your inaction tells me that you do not value nor care for the life of my husband,” Melanie Crescenzi wrote to Bordeleau. “It tells me that, even in the most obvious and straightforward of cases, your officers come last in whatever line of priorities that you may have.”

Ottawa police would only confirm that the initial call led to a charge of assaulting police and “no other charges against other individuals.”

Court documents show that Bradford Spence was charged with assaulting police after the July 30 incident. He’s due back in court on Thursday.

The Citizen has learned that a criminal investigation into the fire response was launched, but no charges have been laid.

Written statements given by the firefighters are at odds with accounts given by paramedics and police, according to multiple sources.

In a statement to the Citizen, the police force said “a senior officer reached out to the officer involved immediately after the incident to check on their well-being. There was a subsequent follow up by another senior officer.”

Ottawa fire Deputy Chief Kim Ayotte said firefighters responded to the initial call to assist an unconscious male.

“During the call, OFS adhered to standard operating procedures. As per tiered response protocols, OFS responds to calls to assist our Paramedic and Police partners,” he said.

“OFS personnel are highly trained professionals and work closely with other first responders providing front line services to the public.”

Ayotte did not answer questions on whether any of the firefighters had been disciplined or what requirements or expectations existed for fire crews when responding to a call where the sole responding officer was being restrained.

Both services refused to say whether they had discussed the incident, proper protocols or even what duty a firefighter had to assist a police officer and what expectation a police officer might have of a fellow first responder.

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