Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-28 23:33:00 –
A man, described by behavioral police as “unstable and violent,” died in custody after being arrested at a hotel on Wednesday, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
According to police, they were called to the Mardi Gras Hotel on Paradise Road, 3500 blocks, around 5 pm on July 28, for a man with a damaged front door.
The caller told Dispatch that the man was yelling and “meaningless.” Security failed when he tried to detain the man.
A policeman arrived, chased the man on foot, and locked him next to the building. Police said he hit a policeman in the face while they were detaining him.
“Several police officers detained him using empty-handed tactics. As soon as he was handcuffed, they put him in the recovery position. The subject resisted while he was on the ground. He went on to kick one of the police officers. His irregular and violent behavior, the subject’s feet were handcuffed to prevent him from kicking someone else, “the police said in a media release. rice field.
The man was taken to the Clark County Detention Center. Police said the man “repeatedly” hit his head against the window of the car during transportation.
After arriving in prison, he was unresponsive. Police said he was taken to a university medical center where he died.
The identity of the man and the cause and method of his death will be announced by the Clark County Coroner Office after being notified to relatives.
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