Inmate found hanging in jail cell die...

Inmate found hanging in jail cell dies next day

There are 55 comments on the The Repository story from Apr 9, 2007, titled Inmate found hanging in jail cell dies next day. In it, The Repository reports that:

An inmate died a day after a corrections officer found him hanging in a cell at the Butler County jail, the sheriff's office said. via The Repository

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Cooter

Cincinnati, OH

#41 Jan 21, 2011
Here is another article about a wrongful death in Sheriff Richard Jones Department. http://www.daytondailynews.com/blogs/content/...
Cooter

Cincinnati, OH

#42 Jan 21, 2011
yeah

East Bernstadt, KY

#43 Mar 29, 2011
West Chester Ohio wrote:
Wow, why don't we concentrate on not getting in jail in the first place. I understand that people make mistakes, but don't try and then say well he made a mistake and now it is our responsibility to make sure he is taken care of. Sure we have to provide some level of protection, but if they hang themselves so be it
There are a lot of innocent people
get in Jail anyone can go make up any kind of lie on you and get
warrants and believe me there are people that do such things .
Alot of people think this could never happen but it does everyday.
Just pray that you never know or associate with anyone that
would do this .I knowed a man once who sit in jail for 9 months
because a women lied on him , sure when he went to court they found
out what she said against him was not true but 9 months of his life
was gone .When a person does that they should have to go to jail
themselfes for perjury but it hardly ever happens .
It is sad that we live in a world with such cruel people .
yeah

East Bernstadt, KY

#44 Mar 29, 2011
realitycheck wrote:
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Ha, I am sure that is coming. You are right, they did make their choices. I am so sick of everyone with their "pity poor prisoner" attitudes. Take away their sheets, make them eat with their fingers, whatever needs to be done in order to ensure there is no "weapons" available. Although I may sound a bit harsh, I have NO sympathy for those in prison. I believe everyone makes mistakes, but whatever happens due to those mistakes are on the person making them. They know the laws like everyone else, so no excuse is going to matter.
dont the bible tell us to remember the ones who are bound as if you were bound yourself
and to think of there pain as if it was your own .There are a
lot of innocent people get in jail anyone could go get a warrant for you and say you done anything then you would go to jail
if you never made bond you would sit there untill you were
proved innocent .
Irrate

West Chester, OH

#45 Jan 13, 2012
I knew Coby,...he was a bully for as long as I could remember him alive. Always fighting, always actin real tough, hangin out with the "tough guys". If they put him in with people who didnt like him, it dont suprise me. Did they kill him? I highly doubt it, he was in for murder and felonious assault, and I can imagine it wasnt his first time for violence. You can only get away with it for so long before your past catches up with you. It reminds me of Donnie Garrett, live like an ass, and you'll die like one. Coby was facing alot of time, and as tough as he was physically, mentally he was a wimp looking at bein an old man when he came out, took the easy way out and took his own life. Now the worlds missin a tough guy, who fought, shot, and killed people. Good riddance.
dismayed

Dayton, OH

#46 Jan 13, 2012
nice way to talk about someone that is dead. sure hope someone talks the same way about you arshole
Irrate

West Chester, OH

#47 Jan 13, 2012
I could care less how people thought about my death,...I'll be dead. But it wont be because Im facing a murder charge. You mustv'e known him personally and liked him?
jdohe

Smithville, TN

#48 Mar 17, 2012
In-jail deaths are happening all pver U.S. Inmates hanging themselves all over, too. 'Legals' say jails are new replacements for old state mental hospitals, with personnel not trained to handle these.
jdohe

Smithville, TN

#49 Mar 17, 2012
meant all 'over' U.S.
family member

Cincinnati, OH

#50 Dec 12, 2013
Sue from Eaton wrote:
THis is the fourth hanging in one year!!! shouldn't someone investigate this jail and it's employees? All four were hung with bed sheets, shouldn't they change this? Does no one care b/c they were inmates? These people were someone's son, brother, uncle, father!!They were put into these people's care, they aren't protecting them. Either from someone else or from themselves!!!
on the one case chavis... yes he was an inmate and too bad he died he should have spent the rest of his life in prison... you stated they were fathers, brothers, and sons well who he killed was all those things also
Amanda

Fairfield, OH

#52 Mar 28, 2014
Well that's what these people do on here sit and judge others and lie saying they never been in that kind of situation. They learn what there talking about from jail and don't want to be honest they just act like they would never do no wrong. So so wrong
Buddy Coburn

Lewis Center, OH

#53 Mar 28, 2014
When an inmate dies in jail (municipal or county, not prison) regardless of the cause, authorities take the attitude of NHI (no humans involved). Sad but true.

Since: Mar 14

Cincinnati, OH

#54 Mar 29, 2014
such a caring and compassionate human being...
Pud

Lewis Center, OH

#55 Mar 29, 2014
martinellimedia wrote:
such a caring and compassionate human being...
to use "caring and compassionate human being" and "corrections officer" in the same context is a tad oxymoronic dontcha think? Buddy Coburn speaks from years of experience in the field. Check him out.
Its about time

Fairfield, OH

#56 Nov 17, 2014
Sue from Eaton wrote:
THis is the fourth hanging in one year!!! shouldn't someone investigate this jail and it's employees? All four were hung with bed sheets, shouldn't they change this? Does no one care b/c they were inmates? These people were someone's son, brother, uncle, father!!They were put into these people's care, they aren't protecting them. Either from someone else or from themselves!!!
GOOD! One less asshole on the street to rip someone off for drugs! I know of about 10 more that need the same treatment. The world would be a better place. What was he in there for? They make peoples lives a living hell and won't stop doing it. I feel sorry for the family but they may be better off without them! These people were someone's crappy son, crappy brother, crappy uncle, crappy father!! What about the parents that actually teach their kids to break the law, I know a guy that lets his 7 year old son help him set up the plumbing to help rip off the old lady above them. He will grow up thinking it's "normal" to do this to someone. Tell me he shouldn't be sent there for special treatment. They aren't protecting them? Protecting them from their own kind? They break the law and now we should feel sorry for them because they have to deal with people that are just like them?.......GOOD! Now if we could just get the other jails to do the same! Hotel California!

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