2017
05.09

Presentation to Warrington Township Supervisors
Shirley Yannich (Chair) Fred R. Gaines (Vice Chair) Matt W. Hallowell, Sr.
Carol T. Baker Millie A. Seliga Barry Luber (Township Manager)

PURPOSE: Informing the Township Supervisors who are responsible for the local Police.

On April 9, 2017 at about midnight, four Warrington Township Police officers responded to an anonymous report transferred from Doylestown Township Police.

Officers: 75-45 Brian Kelly (Investigating Officer)
75-27 Daniel Sadowski (Assisting Officer)
75-46 Jamie Valeriano (Assisting Officer)
75-51 Erin McNeeley (Assisting Officer)

I was awoken from sleeping by very hard knocking on the door. I went to the window to ask what was the cause of the alarm. I was them blinded by the four armed officers flashlights and subjected to taunts and leading questions and remarks from the officers where each repeatedly attempted to have me state that I was suicidal.

This continued for over an hour. Requests for them to stop the loud knocking on the door were met with the taunt that “What was I going to do? Call Police?”

Police indicated they would knock all night long. Police indicated they did NOT have a warrant.
I agreed to let Officer Kelly into the house to assure him that all was well.

At the moment I unlocked the door, I was tackled backward onto the steps. All four officers entered and violently removed me from the house. I was then thrown down on the front lawn, held in place and handcuffed. I was then put in a police car wearing only a t-shirt and shorts.

I asked if I was being charged with a crime. I was informed NO.
I asked if I was being arrested. I was informed NO.
I asked if I was going to be read my rights. I was informed NO.
I was then transported to Doylestown Hospital by the Police.

Officer Kelly had prepared the paperwork – a farce pursuant to Section 302 which would create a liability for all involved.

Each person knowing what they were doing was wrong. Yet, doing it anyway.
Each person recognizing that procedure was NOT being followed. Yet, participating anyway.
Each person able to put an end to the event. Yet, failing to take any actions to stop it.

Liabilities were caused for Warrington Township, Doylestown Hospital, Lenape Valley Foundation, the Horsham Clinic, and all participating individuals involved.

The officers failed to follow the Pennsylvania Law pursuant to Mental Health Procedures Act Section 302. During the conversation through the window, the police had indicated multiple times that
– they were not aware of any previous incidents;
– they did not have a warrant;
– no crime had been reported.
Those conditions are necessary for the police to act under Section 302. Police failed to abide ANY of the conditions of the law which they were attempting to apply to the situation.

I was prevented from leaving Doylestown Hospital. I was stripped. My clothing taken and replaced with paper clothing without strings. In a single isolated room, I was under observation. Pain from the assault prevented sleep and comfort.

When I asked for a magazine, I was offered a coloring book and crayons. SERIOUSLY.

I was prevented from communicating with my Mother who was left at the home. (Further violations of the procedures.)

After 5 hours, against my wishes I was strapped down and immobilized onto a gurney. I was then transported to The Horsham Clinic.

The Horsham Clinic further ignored the procedures involved in a Section 302. I was again stripped. I was held hostage and housed with severely mentally disturbed people, drug addicts and prostitutes at The Horsham Clinic.

I was not released until Tuesday evening, where again the procedures were a farce.

An Appeal was filed on Monday April 17, 2017. (available on www.Work2BDone.com/live)
“The Legislative policy reflected in the Mental Health Procedures Act is to require that strict conditions be satisfied before a court order for commitment shall be issued. Such a policy is in accord with the recognition that commitment entails a massive deprivation of liberty.”

The failure of the police to adhere to the law and the established procedure results in the denial of due process protections and the deprivation of constitutional rights.

My attempts to present the matter to the Township have been strongly discouraged. Most recently via an email from Warrington Township Police Chief Daniel J. Friel.

In his email, Chief Friel suggests that I am aware that “one of my [sic] friends called police”. I do NOT know the identity of the caller.

Chief Friel had viewed the www.Work2BDone.com web site. Specifically viewing a single post titled “PETITION FOR THE RECUSAL OF JUDGE CAROLYN TORNETTA CARLUCCIO FOR CONSPIRACY, CORRUPTION, FRAUD, INTIMIDATION, CONFLICT OF INTEREST and DENIAL OF DUE PROCESS / PROCEDURE and DENIAL OF CIVIL RIGHTS” dated March 12, 2011.

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE LAWLESS AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTIONS OF THE POLICE IS IMMEDIATELY REQUESTED.

Terance Healy
Warrington, PA 18976

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