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Man pleads to conversion

Friday, May 20, 2011

Jason A. Jordan
GREENCASTLE -- A former TransCare employee, originally accused of sexual battery and theft, entered into a negotiated plea agreement for a lesser charge in Putnam County Circuit Court Thursday.

Jason A. Jordan, 28, Terre Haute, made a voluntary guilty plea in court on one count of misdemeanor conversion.

He was sentenced to one year, with all but time served suspended, and ordered to appear for non-reporting probation for the amount of time suspended.

The other two charges were dropped in the case.

According to Indiana State Police officials, the investigation began July 12, 2010, when a 26-year-old female victim from Brazil made allegations to Indianapolis Metro Police Department that during transport from St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil, to St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Indianapolis, Jordan inappropriately touched and sent personal photographs stored on her cell phone to another person's cell phone without her authorization.

Jordan pled guilty to transferring the photos to his own cell phone.

An arrest warrant was issued for Jordan on July 23, who was believed to have left the state. However, Jordan voluntarily turned himself in to the Putnam County Sheriff's Department six days later without incident.

Putnam County Prosecutor Timothy Bookwalter told The Brazil Times the victim died suddenly before she could provide testimony.

"Without her testimony, the case couldn't be proved," Bookwalter said.

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I hope he dies a VERY VERY painful death && that i NEVER NEVER see him.

-- Posted by Jaymee M on Sun, May 22, 2011, at 3:00 PM

SOMEONE HELP ME!! THE YOUNG LADY PASSED AWAY RECENTLY BEFORE SHE COULD SHE COULD GIVE HER TESTIMONY,, GEE IT HAS BEEN 10 MONTHS ,, WHY DIDN'T THE COURT GET MR. JORDAN IN COURT A LITTLE SOONER?? AND WHY DOES HE NOT HAVE TO SERVE ANY MORE TIME THEN WHAT HE HAS ALREADY SERVED?? something is so wrong with this case.. Mr.Jordan, you should be ashamed to look in the mirror every day. if there is another next time Mr. Jordan>. you won't get off soo easy.......

-- Posted by 4 ft. nuttin on Sun, May 22, 2011, at 6:53 PM

I know it says she died suddenly but apparently she must have had some health issues to begin with since she was in an ambulance being transported to Indy. Therefore, perhaps with some fore thought they could have taped her testimony. What a creep - hope he does not get a job in a nursing home, hospital, etc...

-- Posted by indianamama on Mon, May 23, 2011, at 9:06 AM

He should have had his cert taken away from him forever and therefore not able to be in any field of EMS. I don't know that for sure but it might be something worth looking into at some point if you're interested. You can go to the in.gov/IDHS website under EMS and look up his EMS certification to see if they pulled it or not.

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, May 23, 2011, at 10:57 AM

One little mistake? I take it you are not in the EMS field or you wouldn't have typed such an idiotic statement. He violated all things that he stood for as an EMT. Jason had absolutley NO right to transfer her photos to his phone, even if she gave him permission to do so. That was idiotic! He should have acted in a professional manner which he didn't, as far as what I know, which again, was idiotic. Is a few seconds worth of personal pleasure (which had no business in a professional setting) and twitterpatedness worth a certification and not to mention all the embarrassment to both him and his family? I think NOT....so in my opinion he got off very lightly. If you think that is harsh then sorry about cha!!!

And just for the record, he could chose to flip burgers, work construction, drive a racecar, be a rocket scientist, or a professional lawn care specialist......just because he gets his EMT cert jerked doesn't mean he can never work again.

I do however agree that hoping somebody dies a very painful death is a bit over the edge!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Wed, May 25, 2011, at 11:29 AM

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