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Jeff Payne, the former Salt Lake City police officer who handcuffed nurse Alex Wubbels , has been hired to work at the Weber County jail, a human resources employee confirmed Wednesday. The department also hired a former University of Utah detective who was fired after she ignored concerns from student athlete Lauren McCluskey, who later was murdered, and from a year-old girl who said she had been unlawfully detained by a U. On July 26, , Wubbels refused to allow Payne to draw blood from an unconscious patient who had been involved in a fiery crash in Cache County earlier in the day. Wubbels pointed out that the crash victim was not under arrest, that Payne did not have a warrant to draw the blood and that he could not obtain consent from the patient because the man was unconscious. Francisco Kjolseth Tribune file photo University of Utah Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels, gets ready to testify in support of a bill outlining when police can get blood draws.