TUCSON, Ariz. — The autopsy report for a man who died while in Tucson police custody in April was released Wednesday.
According to the findings, Carlos Ingram-Lopez's cause of death is attributed of cardiac arrest, acute cocaine intoxication, and physical restraint, though the manner of death is still undetermined at this time.
Ingram Lopez (27) was reportedly restrained by multiple officers following "erratic behavior," according to the Tucson Police Department.
Police restrained him in a prone position with a spit hood for about 12 minutes, causing him to become unresponsive.
For the full autopsy report, click here.