Texas inmate’s death ruled a homicide by medical examiner

Texas inmate’s death ruled a homicide by medical examiner


The death of a schizophrenic Texas inmate who died while being restrained by corrections officers has been ruled a homicide, according to a report.

Marvin Scott III died of “fatal acute stress response in an individual with previously diagnosed schizophrenia during restraint struggle with law enforcement” at a county jail on March 14, Collin County Medical Examiner William Rohr ruled, CBS affiliate KTVT-TV reported Wednesday.

Marvin was jailed on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge after his arrest in Allen, Texas, the station said.

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The 26-year-old Frisco resident was initially taken to a hospital after his arrest while suffering a possible mental health crisis.

Seven officers at Collin County Jail were fired after Marvin Scott died.

He was then taken to the jail and started “exhibiting some strange behavior” in the booking area, Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner said at a press conference last month after the fatal incident.

Scott was then restrained to a bed and pepper-sprayed, and

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