OK Sheriff Charged With Manslaughter in Inmate’s Death

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The sheriff and five jail employees in Garfield County, Oklahoma, have been indicted for second-degree manslaughter for causing the death of inmate Anthony Huff, who died last year after he was left restrained in a chair for more than 48 hours without adequate food or water, reports NewsOK. A state grand jury indicted Sheriff Jerry Niles, 59, along with a nurse, a nurse practioner, two jail administrators and a detention officer . . .

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