An Attempted Plot
On An Officer
Authored By: Bradley Chapline
A "BLOOD" gang member, who I sent to lockdown for fighting on the main prison yard informed me that a SDCC Sergeant named William Heidt Sr. with whom I've had disputes, visited him in lockdown and told him that I had disrespected his mother when she inquired as to her son's new custody level.
The "Blood" gang member was contemplating putting a hit out on me when I walked the prison yard. But first, he waited until he got out of lockdown status and then he called his mother on the phone.
The mother of the inmate confirmed that she in fact called me at the prison and had a discussion with me. However, she denied that I was disrespectful to her. In fact, the inmate's mother said, "Chap was very polite to me, as always."
The inmate dropped his pursuit of placing a "prison yard hit" on me.
So, while I had no raw evidence to bring criminal charges against this corrupted sergeant, I knew he tried his best to have a contract put out on me.
But, I got the last laugh in on this old bastard. Nearing the last security checkpoint when leaving the prison, on his last day of work, prior to retiring, I saw, from my post, this sonofabitch collapse to the concrete walkway which was nicknamed "The Tunnel". I turned my head away from him just like I never saw anything. Out of the corner of my eye I did see this worthless scumbag crawling closer to my post entryway.
When he finally made it to my post on his hands and knees, he reached up and knocked on my door. Electronically, I opened the door. Struggling, desperately, to get back on his feet, he asked if I had seen him collapse. I replied, "Nope, I didn't see nothing, Sergeant."
I laughed while his body "wobbled and shook" as he departed my post, the prison, and out to the staff parking lot. Several minutes later a visitor came upon my post. She said, "One of your officers is out in the parking lot and needs help." I replied, "Thank you for that information."
I never took any action to have this bastard helped. I have no idea how things turned out for him, and don't care.