Indiana teen dies in police custody from heart attack after complaining of …

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Coroner: Heart problem killed teen in Indiana police custody.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An autopsy on a teenage shoplifting suspect who died in Indianapolis police custody after complaining of breathing problems found he suffered a heart attack. Terrell Day, 18, of Indianapolis died in the back of an ambulance Saturday after being arrested by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the Cumberland Police Department, police said Sunday.(INDIANAPOLIS) — A young man died in police custody in Indianapolis this weekend, after telling officers he was having trouble breathing, police say. Officers responding to a report of an armed man in a Burlington Coat Factory store on Saturday afternoon learned that a male shoplifting suspected had pointed a gun at a security officer then fled, police said in a statement. The store officer followed the suspect outside, police said, and then responding police officers found the suspect lying in the grass behind a gas station.

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