Deputies Found an Inmate Unresponsive Sunday Morning at the Santa Barbara County Jail

Deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County prison while in charge. Deputies found an inmate unresponsive early on Sunday morning while he was being held in the Main Jail’s only observation cell.

Deputies Found an Inmate Unresponsive Sunday Morning at the Santa Barbara County Jail
Deputies Found an Inmate Unresponsive Sunday Morning at the Santa Barbara County Jail

At the Santa Barbara County Jail Deputies Found an Inmate Unresponsive

The deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County prison has a medical issues and due to medical issues including alcohol detox that deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County prison was kept in a single observation cell and was regularly observed by staff. Just after midnight on Sunday custody deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County cell and immediately started doing CPR and installing an AED with the help of WellPath medical personnel. The deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County prison was taken by paramedics to a neighboring hospital where he passed away a few hours.

The Sheriff Office and Coroner’s Bureau are investigating the deputies found an inmate unresponsive at Santa Barbara County prison death that occurred while the person was in custody and more details will be made public after the death has been reported to family and the investigation is over. According to Raquel Zick, a spokeswoman for the sheriff office, the deputies found an inmate unresponsive whose identity is being withheld until his family is informed was initially booked into the Main Jail on Thursday, August 31 on felony charges of driving while intoxicated causing injury and hit and run as well as misdemeanor reckless driving. A $100,000 bail had been issued for him.

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