Authorities Wednesday publicly recognized the jail inmate who was affected by an unidentified medical emergency at San Diego Central Jail final weekend and died a short while later.
A deputy and a nurse realized that 54-year-old Liutoa Vili wanted medical care as they had been handing out treatment in a housing space on the Entrance Road detention facility about 10 a.m. Sunday, in line with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Division.
Whereas being taken to medical staffers for an analysis, Vili grew to become unresponsive, Lt. Joseph Jarjura mentioned. Paramedics then took him to a hospital, the place he was pronounced useless.
The county medical expert’s workplace will decide the person’s reason behind dying.
“A sheriff’s family-liaison officer will assist the household as they cope with the lack of (their) liked one,” Jarjura mentioned.
Vili was jailed in June on felony warrants stemming from an earlier vandalism arrest. He was believed to be homeless when he was taken into custody, Jarjura mentioned.