Paul Edwin Schmidt
TEXARKANA, Texas — An inmate in a keeping mobile at the Bi-State jail died Friday at a nearby medical center just after suffering a professional medical emergency, according to county officials.
Paul Edwin Schmidt, 54, was in his holding mobile when he suffered a medical unexpected emergency.
Schmidt collapsed in the floor and was attended by jail health-related employees. An ambulance was known as and lifesaving efforts by the jail medical personnel, LifeLife Internet personnel and firefighters from the Texarkana Arkansas Fireplace Section ongoing till his departure from the facility, explained Bowie County Sheriff’s Place of work Chief Deputy Robby McCarver. Schmidt was admitted to Wadley Regional Medical Center but died at 4:04 a.m. Friday, McCarver mentioned.
Texas Ranger Joshua Mason responded to support the Bowie County Sheriff’s Business office with the investigation into Schmidt’s loss of life. Justice of the Peace Nancy Talley purchased an autopsy that will be performed by the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences at Dallas. Relatives has been notified of Schmidt’s loss of life, McCarver claimed.
Deputies with the Bowie County Sheriff’s Place of work had been dispatched Wednesday to 101 West Redwater Boulevard in reference to a disturbance. Deputies spoke to Schmidt, who experienced visible injuries to his encounter which includes both equally eyes staying bruised, McCarver claimed.
Schmidt was travelling with another male, and the two experienced been concerned in an argument that led to legislation enforcement getting contatced. Deputies spoke with each guys and figured out that Schmidt had been assaulted at an region resort a couple of times before.
Schmidt was arrested for possession of marijuana less than two ounces and booked into the Bi-State jail. Schmidt experienced his bond set the adhering to early morning before his clinical emergency in the keeping mobile.