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Crime3 St. Louis County jail staff members suspended after man dies following stay at county jail

19:05  19 june  2019
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Two Bexar County Sheriff's Office employees reassigned after inmate's death Two employees at the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office have been reassigned following the death of a 29-year-old inmate last week, a spokesperson confirmed. Capt. Edward McCrea and Lt. Ramiro Balarin were reassigned after an internal audit “discovered that standards were not being met, despite clear expectations and standards being set forth by Sheriff’s Administration,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement. “Several staff members from classification were reassigned as a result,” the statement continued. “There may be additional administrative sanctions in association with these failures to comply.” The employees’ reassignment was first reported by KSAT.

St . Louis County Jail inmates may be transferred to another jail to alleviate housing overcrowding. Jail transfers are not done for disciplinary reasons. Inmates must follow the rules of the facility where they are housed. If the individual is listed as held in another county ’s jail facility, please contact that facility.

CLAYTON • St . Louis County Executive Steve Stenger on Monday placed a top police commander in charge of the county jail where three inmates have died this year, while prosecutors mull criminal charges in one of the cases. Stenger appointed Lt. Col.

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Three staff members at the St. Louis County Jail have been suspended after a man died shortly after being transferred from the jail to state prison earlier this month.

A spokesman for County Executive Sam Page said the suspensions came after Daniel Stout, 31, died less than an hour after he was transferred from St. Louis County jail to a state prison in Bonne Terre on June 11.

St. Francois County Coroner James Coplin says the situation "went downhill" after Stout vomited blood. An autopsy says he died from peritonitis caused by an ulcer that perforated his intestine.

Three other people have died in 2019 after stays in the St. Louis County jail.

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The St . Louis County Jail is located inside the Buzz Westfall Justice Center in Clayton, Missouri at 100 South Central Avenue, about eight miles (13 km) from downtown St . Louis . The holding capacity of the facility is 1,400 male and female inmates.

CLAYTON • A 20-year-old man was discovered dead in the St . Louis County Justice Center on Friday, officials said. He was the third person to die in the jail And she said that an “initial report indicates all appropriate protocols were followed regarding this incident.” Childrey said there were no deaths in

Last month, St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell announced his office would not bring charges against anyone for the deaths of inmates John Shy and Lamar Catchings.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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