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BCSO: Inmate dies at Bexar County Jail due to ‘pre-existing medical condition’

The incident occurred round 10:15 a.m. Monday. A detention deputy discovered the inmate whereas conducting an commentary examine.

BCSO stated the deputy started performing life-saving measures and initiated an emergency code for added assist.

Authorities stated it seems the 43-year-old inmate “experienced a medical episode related to a pre-existing medical condition,” and handed away.

The inmate, whose title has not been reported, was booked within the jail Sunday on a felony trespass cost with a bond of $500.

BCSO stated beneath an government order from Gov. Greg Abbott, the inmate didn’t qualify for a private recognizance bond due to an in depth felony historical past consisting of assaultive and home violence-related prices.

Just final month, county leaders argued that the manager order goes too far requested the governor to rethink,  saying it strips judges of their discretion.

Leaders cited one incident the place the order prevented a prisoner who had been convicted of creating a terroristic menace almost a decade in the past from receiving a private bond. He stated the person’s present cost wasn’t violent in nature.   


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