Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez Killed by Tucson Police Department

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Category: Police - City
Old Crime Scene Address:
S Houghton Rd & E Golf Links Rd
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About 1 a.m., Carlos Ingram-Lopez's family member called 911 and said he was "drunk, yelling and running around the house naked." Officers handcuffed Ingram-Lopez, who was naked, face down on the garage floor, with his hands behind his back. After several minutes, the officers realized Ingram-Lopez was unresponsive. They began performing CPR on him. The officers thought Ingram-Lopez had overdosed and administered Narcan. The autopsy report from the Pima County Medical Examiner said: "Opinion: In consideration of the known circumstances surrounding this death, the available medical history, and the examination of the remains, the cause of death is ascribed to sudden cardiac arrest in the setting of acute cocaine intoxication and physical restraint with cardiac left ventricular hypertrophy as a significant contributing condition." Officers Samuel Routledge, Ryan Starbuck and Jonathan Jackson quit before the internal investigation was completed.

Victim's Name: Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez

Agency Responsible: Tucson Police Department

Gender: Male

Age: 27

Race: Hispanic

Date of Death: April 21, 2020

County: Pima

Cause of Death: Physical Restraint

Official Disposition: Administrative discipline

Criminal Charges: No known charges

Mental Illness: Drug or alcohol use

Armed: Unarmed/Did Not Have an Actual Weapon

Weapon: unarmed

Threat Level: other

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