A 67-year-old inmate at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center was found unresponsive in a cell on Tuesday and was pronounced dead a short time later.
An autopsy on Wednesday showed Sharon Kay Envey's death was due to natural causes, according to jail officials.
In following protocol, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division was called to investigate. A preliminary investigation showed no foul play, according to a news release.
J. Reuben Long staff found Envey at about 6:40 p.m. unresponsive in a cell, according to the release. Jail workers preformed CPR and called EMS. Envey went to the Conway Medical Center was she was pronounced dead.
I suffer from the same disease that you do. My wife and family refuses to play any type of trivia game with me. I still know the social security number of a room mate of my wife's from college back in 1990. I suppose I could do something nefarious with it, but she fucked her credit up on her own.
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. The Bakersfield Police Department says Carlos Gazca, the man with an "Air Jordan" tattoo on his face, who was wanted in connection with a robbery has been cleared as a suspect in the crime.
Bakersfield Police say Gazca is still wanted on an unrelated felony parole violation.
Bakersfield Police still say one of the suspects in the robbery has a Michael Jordan brand image tattooed on his face.