Ohio police use Tazer seven times on driver in diabetic shock, dislocate his shoulder! According to the Cincinnatti Enquirer, motorist John Harmon was on his way home from work when his blood-sugar got too low. As a diabetic, this meant trouble, and Harmon's vehicle veered into another lane. A nearby Hamilton, Ohio sheriff's deputy spotted the unintentional maneuver and pulled him over. The officer then approached the car with his gun drawn and screamed at Harmon before smashing his window open. Harmon, 52, was then cut out of his seatbelt and dragged him to the ground.
Diabetes is one the most common disease today. Doctors have found out a number of causes but only few understand the treatment that works. While it is safer to eat the right food, there are some helping actions to reduce the problem, one of which is diabetic exchange diet.
Cops pull over driver for speeding, find $184,275 HIDDEN in car, inside the front fenders. Driver, from Mexico, claimed he did not know of the cash. Police SUSPECT it is drug money. They let the driver go, without being charged, but kept the cash!