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Press Release – GARLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’s DEPARTMENT (Sergeant John Schroeder)
INMATE DIED FROM NATURAL CAUSES, CRIME LAB RULES
An inmate who died on July 31 while in the custody of the Garland County Detention Center, died from natural causes, according to a preliminary report by the Arkansas Crime Laboratory.
Arthur Honey, 59, was found unresponsive in his bed about 5:30 a.m. on July 31 by Garland County Detention Center staff. LifeNet personnel were called and determined Mr. Honey had died. Mr. Honey had been in custody since June 27, 2018.
The Garland County Coroner’s Office and the Garland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division investigators were called to process the scene and begin an investigation. Mr. Honey’s body was sent to the State Crime Laboratory to determine the cause of death.