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Death in the Orange County Jail Infirmary: Why?

Nov 20th, 2011

A death in the Orange County jail infirmary reveals possible medical neglect. Texas Jail Project wishes the inmates who witnessed this man’s death would contact us (EMAIL help@texasjailproject.org or CALL 512 597 8746)
The way an Orangefield man died in the Orange County jail last week, isn’t sitting well with a Beaumont man tonight.

Montano dies at the Orange County Jail

Oct 26th, 2011

The death of an Orange County correctional facility inmate is under investigation by the Texas Rangers. Forty-one year-old Robert Montano had been in the jail’s infirmary since his arrest. Acadian ambulance and the Orange Fire Department were dispatched early yesterday morning to attempt life-saving techniques on Montano, but they were unsuccessful. An autopsy is planned.

Montano Dies in Orange County Jail Infirmary

Oct 20th, 2011

An inmate at the Orange County Correctional Facility died Wednesday morning from undisclosed medical issues. Robert Montano, 41, of Orange was pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Derry Dunn after paramedics were unable to save him around 5 a.m., according to a news release from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Montano was originally booked into the