An autopsy for a Rockford man who died during a traffic stop showed no 'brutal injuries'

An post-mortem for a Rockford man who died throughout a site visitors cease confirmed no ‘brutal accidents’

The reason for demise of a Rockford man who died throughout a site visitors cease by Illinois State Police has not but been launched. Sunday night.

The Winnebago County Coroner’s Workplace mentioned an post-mortem was accomplished on Lamar Bell, 33, on Wednesday.

The coroner’s workplace mentioned the post-mortem “didn’t reveal any traumatic accidents” to Bell and the reason for demise is pending additional investigation.

Bell was driving his car at tenth Avenue and Kishwaukee Road when Illinois State Police carried out a site visitors cease round 8 a.m. Sunday.

Extra: Illinois State Police: Man dies after traffic stop in Rockford, investigation ongoing.

In keeping with a press release launched by the Illinois State Police, an ambulance was known as at Bell’s request through the cease.

“The topic was transported by ambulance to an space hospital the place he was pronounced lifeless,” the assertion continued.

Bell’s demise has sparked outrage on social media, with claims that the Rockford Police Division was concerned in Bell’s demise.

Rockford Police Chief Carla Reid confirmed with the Register-Star that the division was not concerned Tuesday afternoon earlier than the Illinois State Police launched a press release on Bell’s demise.

The Fb web page “Rockford Crime Watchers” posted Monday night time {that a} 34-year-old man was pulled over with tinted home windows at eighth Road and fifth Avenue and “strangled to demise by RPD.”

“Now we have been made conscious of inaccurate info posted on social media concerning the demise of Lamar Bell. RPD had no involvement on this incident,” the Rockford Police Division tweeted. “When an incident of this magnitude happens within the RPD, we give you info as rapidly as doable.”

The investigation into Bell’s demise is being carried out by the Illinois State Police Inside Investigation Unit, mentioned Illinois State Police Trooper Melissa Albert Lopez.

This text initially appeared within the Rockford Register Star: A cause of death has not yet been released for a Rockford man who died during a traffic stop.

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