Connecticut inspector general's office investigates death of man in Norwich police custody

The Connecticut inspector general’s office is investigating a man’s death in a Norwich police holding cell.

News 12 Staff

Feb 19, 2022, 12:12 PM

Updated 887 days ago

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The Connecticut inspector general’s office is investigating a man’s death in a Norwich police holding cell.
Brenton Chambers was arrested and booked for drug, gun and probation violations. He was taken to a hospital after complaining of foot pain.
Chambers was then brought back to the police station, where he collapsed.
Autopsy results are pending.


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