Domestic violence can sometimes lead to a quick hospital visit, but I digress until more information comes out.
Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones was rushed to a New England area hospital Sunday morning after he showed up at the Foxboro Police Department with a medical emergency, police dispatch records show.
To make matters even sketchier, police officials won’t say what the emergency was and the police chief confirmed information was deleted from dispatch records before they were released to news outlets.
Dispatch records show Jones arrived at the police station at 7:42 a.m. with a medical emergency and was evaluated by fire and EMS officials before being transported to Norwood Hospital just after 8 a.m.
Jones was present at practice yesterday and today.
Dispatch records obtained by the Herald about two hours later showed at least five officers on the scene while Jones was being evaluated in a back parking lot of the station.
Another officer was dispatched to Jones’ home, which is only about a block from the police station, to “secure the residence,” according to the dispatch report.
When asked whether he had misspoken in his earlier conversation with the Herald, O’Leary said, “No, because it was a medical call. I didn’t look at it as a police specific call.”
The dispatch report also shows that a Foxboro officer modified the dispatch record of the emergency call at 3:02 p.m. today – shortly after the Herald called O’Leary and received a copy of the dispatch call records.
O’Leary said medical information was deleted from the record.
“It’s protected information on a medical condition,” said O’Leary. “Officers get training in making sure it’s information that’s not to be disclosed. I trust my lieutenant to know the difference.”