UPDATE: The highway patrol will investigate the cause of death of an inmate while in the custody of the Camden County Jail. Sheriff Tony Helms tells KRMS News that 44-year-old Douglas May, of Humansville, had complained about not feeling well but was checked out by the jail’s medical staff shortly before he found deceased in his cell. Helms also says the preliminary investigation indicates that the death is not considered suspicious. May was being held, at the time, on felony possession and resisting charges along with misdemeanor charges of harassment and possession of paraphernalia.
ORIGINAL STORY: An inmate who was being held in the Camden County Jail has died. Although no information is being released at this time, it is known that 44-year-old Douglas Allen May apparently was found deceased inside the jail on Wednesday. May, whose address was listed as Humansville according to courthouse records, was being held on felony possession and resisting charges along with misdemeanor charges of harassment and possession of paraphernalia. May is the second inmate to die in just over a year while in the custody of Camden County.