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He walked into jail; Manchester resident carried out on stretcher
The investigation - conducted by New Hampshire State Police Sgt. Fred Lulka and Manchester police Sgt. Ryan Grant - comprised hundreds of pages of reports, hours of video footage from the jail and Manchester Police Department, and tape-recorded interviews.
The investigation found that Ornelas became uncooperative once jailed at Valley Street. He banged his head repeatedly on the door of his jail cell, urinated in the cell and clogged the toilet so it overflowed.
In the chair, Ornelas' condition deteriorated, and an ambulance crew eventually returned him to the hospital.
"All he was doing," Angueira said, "was looking for help."
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