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Tucson police chief offers resignation after man's death

Published Wed Jun 24 2020 19:56:42 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
The Tucson, Arizona, police chief has offered his resignation after the death of a 27-year-old man who died while handcuffed and placed face-down two months ago. Chief Chris Magnus offered his resignation during a news conference on Wednesday, a day after the death of Carlos Ingram-Lopez on April 21 was made public. The medical examiner’s office didn’t determine a manner of death but said he had died of sudden cardiac arrest while intoxicated by cocaine and physically restrained. Ingram-Lopez had an enlarged heart. He was face-down on the ground with a blanket over his head when he stopped breathing. The city council and city manager have to approve resignation.
by By ASTRID GALVAN
Tucson police chief offers resignation after man's death
Tucson police chief offers resignation after man's death