Prison inmate serving 14 years dies in Tucson hospital
| Reported by: Associated Press |
Last Update: 8/24 3:24 pm
Corrections officials say William Englebert was transported to St. Mary's Hospital on Aug. 16 because of a possible drug overdose and was placed on life support.
They say his family consented to the withdrawal of care and Englebert died last Saturday afternoon.
The DOC says Englebert was sentenced out of Maricopa County and was serving 14 years for armed robbery and identity theft.
He had been in prison since October 2005 and was being held at the state prison in Florence.
DOC officials say Englebert's possible drug overdose is under investigation.
I loved this man with all my heart. I have a hard time believing he committed suicide. Whats hardest is I'll probably never know what really happened
Rest in Peace Bily, I love you.
This is his cousin, we wrote all the time and my cousin would never have committed suicide, we arent wired that way we r like brother and sister and he couldn't wait to get out and come visit. He told me all the good and bad he was doin, he would have told me had he been using that shit. What I do kn no w is the groups he was associated with more than likely put him n a situation and he was murdered. I love u Billy and I miss u so much and its a hard thing daily to know we wont ever get to hang out and just be us crazy family. BACK TO BACK CUZ ALWAYS!!!!!
Amanda im on facebook contact me please. Roxi Geer
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