End of Days: Doctor Lets Patient Die So He Can Gank His Rolex

- By Bossip Staff Categories: End of Days, Jesus Take The Wheel, News

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Dr. Cleveland Enmon has allegedly let a patient die so he could steal his Rolex:

Jerry Kubena Sr. was rushed to the St. Joseph’s Medical Center on June 1st for heart problems. Emergency room physician Dr. Cleveland Enmon allegedly allowed Kubena to die from a heart attack after he noticed his Presidential Rolex watch on his wrist. Two nurses reportedly noticed the watch was missing from the body of Mr. Kubena, and that a bulge appeared in…… the doctor’s pocket. The nurses reported the missing watch to security, who then told everyone to remain where they are. The lawsuit claims Dr. Enmon somehow slipped outside the hospital and walked into the parking lot, which was caught on the hospital’s security cameras. A nurse decided to follow the doctor, and witnessed him throw something from his pocket into a grassy area in the parking lot. The nurse reportedly brought security to the area where she saw Dr. Enmon throw something and recovered Mr. Kubena’s Rolex. Dr. Enmon was apparently confronted with the hospital’s security footage and was fired on the spot.

The civil lawsuit charges Dr. Cleveland Enmon, St. Josephs Medical Center, and hospital owners Catholic Healthcare West for wrongful death, conspiracy, negligent hiring, and supervision. The lawsuit also claims St. Joseph’s Medical Center tried to cover up the emergency room doctor’s crime after he was fired. Dr. Enmon was also reportedly indicted by a San Joaquin County grand jury last month for grand theft stemming from the death of Mr. Kubena.

F*ckin fool…SMH

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