Robert Ethan Saylor
Sheriff’s Lawyer: Man With Down Syndrome Who Died in Custody Was Trespassing By Refusing To Leave Movie Theater
A man with Down syndrome who died in police custody in a Frederick movie theater was trespassing when he refused to vacate a seat for which he had not paid, a lawyer for the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.
Advocates for people with Down syndrome are pressing for an independent investigation into the recent death in custody of a New Market man.
Advocates for people with Down syndrome say the custody death of a Maryland man has caught the attention of the U.S. Justice Department.
A grand jury has decided not to indict three Maryland sheriff’s deputies in the death of a man with Down syndrome.
A Frederick County support group is urging increased police training related to developmental disabilities after a man with Down syndrome died in police custody.
Frederick County’s top prosecutor is promising a thorough investigation into the death in police custody of a man with Down syndrome.
A lawyer for the family of a 26-year-old New Market man with Down syndrome who died while being escorted from a Frederick movie theater by security guards says the grieving family is looking for answers after the death was ruled a homicide.