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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Even MORE details EMERGE on the LIFE of Brogan Guyton (1992 - 2013)

by Dan Getz, International Blogger

Previously, Investigative Reporter and International Blogger for Dance4One uncovered many details that the mainstream media failed to pick up or disclose in these recent posts: AND AND AND AND AND

Previous mugshots of Brogan Clyde Guyton can be found here: AND AND AND AND

The last reported arrest of Brogan Clyde Guyton was reported on June 1, 2011, with the ALLEGED violations being "ALCOHOL SALES TO PER < INTERFER W/GOVERNMNT PROP".  It should be further noted that NONE of these pictures come remotely close to depicting the Brogan that Daniel Jon Getz, aka "DANgerous" with Dance4One met and visited with in early to mid October, 2012, or how Marshal Polk (very possibly the last friend to see Brogan Guyton ALIVE), remembers him.

Dan Getz/Dance4One has been able to secure copies of these four documents that provide a never before reported glimpse and insight into Brogan Clyde Guyton's LIFE: a 1) Homeless Certification Letter from The Salvation Army confirming that Brogan stayed at The Salvation Army between October 8, 2012 and December 13, 2012 (the same date of Dan Getz's birth), 2) Hospital Discharge Papers from Green Oaks Hospital in Dallas, TX (972-991-9504) dated December 11, 2012 (two days before his final documented day at The Salvation Army on December 13, 2012, an 3)Application, dated November 11, 2012 and signed by "Brogan Guyton", for Certified Copy of Birth or Death Certificate, and the 4) "Summary of Emergency Shelter Client Rules Union Gospel Mission of Dallas, Calvert Place", which is the standard portion of the application each new client completes at the Union Gospel Mission, and keeps for himself (the Union Gospel Mission typically keeps the completed and signed portion of this agreement and Dance4One, due to privacy laws, was not allowed access to this portion of the aforementioned document).

Based on the aforemented documents, Dan Getz was able to learn that the case manager for Brogan Guyton signed and dated The Salvation Army Homeless Certification Letter on December 13, 2012, and that the phone # for this particular location of The Salvation Army is 214-424-7236.  Further independent investigation revealed that this Shelter is located at 5302 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75235, the Main Phone # is 214-424-7050, the Corps Officer is Diane Johnson, and the Director is named as Blake Fetterman, according to this website link:

According to the Hospital Discharge Papers from Green Oaks Hospital, a hospital known in Dallas, TX for it's outpatient and emergency phsyciatric care (phone # 972-991-9504), dated December 11, 2012, quite a bit of information can be confirmed.  On the first page of these discharge papers, a section reads, "Discharge Med List" and then states, "Take ONLY the medication listed below unless directed otherwise by a doctor.  Contact you Outpatient Psychiatrist or Primary Care Doctor for any questions or refills of medications.  Contact your Outpatient Primary Care Doctor for any medical problems."

As Brogan Guyton was staying in a homeless shelter it is fairly reasonable to assume that Brogan Clyde Guyton had no "Outpatient Psychiatrist" or "Primary Care Doctor" or "Outpatient Primary Care Doctor" outside of the doctor who treated him on December 11, 2012 and was named as "Butler, Roger G MD", according to the Hospital Discharge Papers issued by Green Oaks Hospital.

Brogan Clyde Guyton was prescribed the following medications: 500 mg (Oral at Bedtime) of Depakote, 15 mg (Oral at Bedtime) of Remeron/Mirtazapine, Neosporin Ointment Three Times Daily and 50 mg ("Oral at HS PRN, MAY REPEAT X 1 in 1) of Desyrel/Trazodone HCL.

At the beginning of the first page of the Hospital Discharge Papers, the "Salvation Army, 5302 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75235, Ph: 214-424-7000" is typed, with a "Note:" that reads, "SHELTER REFERAL. A LIST OF SHELTERS WAS PROVIDED PT," but does not indicate for certain whether or not Brogan Clyde Guyton was staying at The Salvation Army at the time of discharge.  The aforementioned Homeless Certification Letter from The Salvation Army, and dated December 13, 2012, does indicate that Brogan Guyton was staying at The Salvation Army on the 11th of December, but the Hospital Discharge Papers from Green Oaks does not specifically indicate or confirm this. 

According to the same and aforementioned Discharge Papers, there is a section and one entire page that states the following (PLEASE NOTE that the copy obtained by Dance4One is not signed by either Brogan or any of the staff at Green Oaks Hospital), and I quote,

"Patient Choice Letter

Your physician has recommended post-acute care serivces after you leave the hospital.  You have the right to select who provides and where you receive these services.  It is your choice.  If you need more information before making this decision, please ask our Case Management staff to assist you and provide policies of any of the other providers, we cannot make recommendations.

If your follow-up is with a NorthStar provider, please take proof of residency (lease, water bill, etc.) and proof of income (last 2 check stubs or last year's income tax) with you to your first appointment.  For Northstar medication problems, call NorthStar at 888-800-6799.

If you have any problems or begin to feel like you may harm yourself or others, please return to Green Oaks Hospital or call Telecare Toll Free Crisis Line at 866-260-8000.

I understand the above discharge instructions and if I have any questions or comments, I may call Green Oaks Hospital at 972-991-9504.

(My signature below indicates that it is my choice to have services provided by the providers listed above)."

There is then one unsigned signature line for the "Patient/Parent/Guardian Signature" (with this statement directly below, "(Nurse signature required on patient's discharging from Priority 3)", and then TWO unsigned places for a "Staff Signature" and "Date/Time".

At the bottom of this section there is a statement that reads, "The local office of the protection and advocacy of the disabled: ADVOCACY Inc. (800) 880-2884, 1420 W. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75247-4932."

On the final page of the Hospital Discharge Papers from Green Oaks Hospital, a line reads, "Your caregivers today were:" and then lists "Butler, Roger G MD" as the Physician and "EL" as the Nurse.

A line then reads, "Prescriptions given to patient:" and then lists three of the aforementioned medications, quantities and "number of refills" as follows:

Depakote, quanity of 15 and Number of Refills as 1; Remeron, quantity of 15 and Number of Refills as 1; and Trazadone, quanity of 30 and Number of Refills as 1.

In addition to this and still within the section entitled "Prescriptions given to patient:", two statements read, "AVOID DRUGS AND ALCOHOL" and "RETURN TO HOSPITAL IF SYMPTOMS INCREASE".

In the final section of the Hospital Discharge Papers, entitled "Follow-up", it reads, "GUYTON, BROGAN has been referred to the following clinics/specialists for follow up care: LIFENET, 9708 Skillman, Dallas, TX 75243, Ph: 214-221-5433." with a "Note:" that says, "FOLLOW-UP WITH LIFENET AT THE BRIDGE ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 16, 2012 AT 9:00 AM FOR MEDICATION MANAGEMENT AND HOSPITAL FOLLOW-UP", then lists "PARKLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, 5201 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75235, Ph: 214-590-8000."


Penciled in on the last page of these discharge papers is a hand-written note (most likely written by Brogan Guyton) that says, "North Star A2358046 1-888-800-6799".

What is not stated in the "Follow-up" section of these discharge papers is any reference to The Salvation Army, the shelter he presumably should have been staying at according to The Homeless Certification Letter The Salvation Army completed for Brogan on December 13, 2012 (2 days AFTER his discharge from Green Oaks), who may have, if they had known specifically of the medications prescribed and the warning and dangers involved with drinking alcohol with any of these drugs, possibly been able to 1) have a conversation with Brogan to help him FULLY understand the significant risk of continuing to drink alcohol (particularly when taking these prescribed medications), 2) help ensure that he [Brogan] was able to get to his appointment at LIFENET at The Bridge (Marshal Polk has indicated that Brogan had indicated to him that he [Brogan] was a few minutes late, presumably due to the fact that the free shuttle from the Parkland Prescription Center to The Bridge does not leave until 8:30 a.m., and his appointment was at 9, and Brogan may have very possibly missed the first shuttle or the shuttle was simply running behind schedule, and ultimately was told [presumably by a LIFENET employee] that he missed the appointment and would need to reschedule),3) Advise/Counsel/Ensure that Brogan take the medications prescribed (preceded by ensuring that Brogan was able to get the prescriptions FILLED, which can be very confusing and intimidating when incomplete paperwork, inadequate explanations/inquiries, and minimal funds often prevent the filling of needed medications) , and 4) allowed his case-worker at The Salvation Army to assist Brogan with any of the discharge instructions or follow-up he may not have fully comprehended or understood at the time of his discharge.

The Summary of Emergency Shelter Rules issued by the Union Gospel Mission of Dallas, Calvert Place (that Dance4One was able to obtain a copy of from some of Brogan Guyton's personnel effects) outlines the specific rules and procedures for Conduct, Client Intake, Evening Schedule, Bunks and Lockers, Client Mail and the Issuance of Clothing.  Even with the existence of a completed and signed application, Dance4One would be unable to confirm with the Union Gospel Mission that Brogan Guyton actually stayed at the Union Gospel Mission due to various Federal, State and Local Privacy Laws concerning such matters.

Finally, the Completed and Signed (by Brogan Guyton on November 9, 2012) Application for Certified Copy of Birth or Death Certificate from the Bureau of Vital Statistics (located at 1500 Marilla, Room 1FN, Dallas, TX, 75201 and a phone number of 214-970-3092) shows Brogan Clyde Guyton was born on August 10, 1992, in Atlanta, GA (county stated as "Fulton) to his Father, Fred Clyde Guyton and Mother, Lisa Brogan Guyton at the Pedmont Hospital.

Please note that in an earlier article by Dan Getz with Dance4One ( that Brogan's mother's name was inadvertantly reported to be "Linda", instead of Lisa, and that Brogan Clyde Guyton's name was the combination of his mother's middle name (Brogan's first name) and father's middle name (also Brogan's middle name).  As previously reported by Dance4One, Brogan Clyde Guyton's mother, Lisa Brogan Guyton, died when Brogan was just 15 years old.

The applicant's name was reflected as Guyton Brogan with a Middle Initial of "C", and a mailing address of 4116 Kilgore Street, Dallas, TX 75212, a phone number of 214-518-0124, and an alternate phone number listed as 678-591-1382.  Furthermore, the "Relationship to Person Named" was indicated as "Self"; the "Purpose for Obtaining Record" was indicated as "IDification" [sic], and was completed and signed on 11-9-12 by "Brogan Guyton".

Dan Getz with Dance4One was unable to confirm whether or not this document was submitted to the Bureau of Vital Statistics or if so, the status of said application.

Posted by: Dan Getz, aka "DANgerous" at Dance4One,, YouTube 12131966dan, Facebook (Dan Getz and Dance4One), Twitter @Dance4One, and LinkedIn (Dan Getz).


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