The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday identified the inmate who died early Saturday morning as Reighnn T. Post-McNab, 25, of Kenosha.

Post-McNab was found unconscious in his jail cell at the remand center, 1000 55th St., Kenosha, at 1:04 am, according to an earlier press release. He was discovered by a correctional officer who was doing cell checks.

CPR was initiated when emergency personnel were called in, however, Post-McNab went unanswered. Kenosha prison medics and firefighters responded, and Post-McNab was transported by paramedics to Froedtert Kenosha Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at around 2:20 a.m.

Hospital staff reported that McNab died of “medical causes.” An autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday by the Milwaukee County medical examiner’s office.

Investigators from the Racine County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Trial Preparation Center to conduct the investigation based on an agreement between the two departments. Racine County officials will investigate.

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The death does not appear suspicious and did not involve any use of force by prison staff, the statement said.

Post-McNab had been detained since June 22, according to Tuesday’s statement. Court records show he had a pending case in Kenosha County for two counts of driving / driving a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent and one count of possession of car tools. burglar, as well as two counts of jumping bail and one count of criminal property damage.

A pending case for possession of methamphetamine in Milwaukee County was also on the court record.

A GoFundMe account has been created in McNab’s name.

The death of Racine County jail inmate Ronquale Ditello-Scott Jr. in May 2021 was ruled as an accidental overdose, the sheriff’s office said.


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