Sanford man dies when tasered by police
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Sanford man dies when tasered by police

Dayton Beach News Journal | March 7, 2005

DELAND -- A 30-year-old Sanford man died Sunday night after being tasered during an altercation with police here.

DeLand Police Chief Ed Overman said the man, whose name had not yet been released this afternoon, was considered a burglar suspect and he fled when approached by police in the downtown area. The man jumped onto the second-story awning of a building and later broke a window with his bare hands to enter.


Overman said two officers followed him inside where a struggle ensued and the man had to be tasered at least three times, once by using close contact producing a stun gun effect.

After the officers gained control, the man said he had been using cocaine and had AIDS.

The man continued to struggle in the ambulance that was called to treat the wounds and cuts to his hands. Overman said the man lost consciousness and died on the way to the hospital.

An autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday.

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