A New Roads Police Officer may be in trouble after he allegedly detained a volunteer firefighter who was responding to a medical emergency Monday night.

Reports indicate that the firefighter, who was responding to the medical emergency, was the first on the scene and was administering first aide when the police officer demanded he move his truck. His truck, which had emergency lights on it, was in the road and the police officer wanted him to move his vehicle while responding to the 911 call.

When the firefighter did not move his truck when the police officer demanded, he was cuffed and detained for 15 minutes in the back of the squad car.

One paramedic who was on the scene said it was the most unprofessional thing he has ever seen while responding to medical emergency calls. According to WBRZ, the Police Chief in New Roads says that the issue has been resolved.

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