Milwaukee man wipes bloodied hands on Cudahy ER door and windows following his requested release
A nurse at the hospital told police Kyle Weisman requested his discharge against medical advice from St. Luke’s South Shore, 5900 S. Lake Drive, on Oct. 26 and once he was signed out he became agitated. The nurse said he received stitches earlier in the day, but he was still bleeding from his hand; she said he was covered in blood.
Weisman reportedly took his hands and rubbed his blood all over his room door and on the emergency-room exit door windows, the report stated. Once outside, Weisman tipped over a garbage can and barricaded the door to the ER with a bench. The report stated he was yelling and screaming as he left heading north on South Lake Drive.
Weisman had been brought to St. Luke’s South Shore by an ambulance and two Milwaukee police officers, the nurse said. While she was treating him, the officers left, the report stated.
After his discharge, Weisman was located in the 5800 block of South Lake Drive with his pants and jacket covered in blood and his left hand bleeding. Police asked if he needed medical attention and he declined.
When asked what happened at the hospital, Weisman told officers he was mad and just wanted to go home.
Weisman had two warrants with the Oak Creek Police Department — one for possession of drug paraphernalia and the other for possession of a controlled substance. He signed a personal-recognizance bond and was also issued a Cudahy municipal citation for disorderly conduct on-site.
Police offered medical treatment and/or a ride home and Weisman declined both so he was sent on his way.
Later, Weisman created a disturbance at McDonald’s, 6163 S. Packard Ave., and was subsequently arrested, the report stated. The report did not say if he was cited or what the arrest was exactly for.