The Dallas Morning News reported Friday that relatives of another man, who died in June 2008, are also questioning guard restraint methods and have sued. Corey Bailey was 31.
A report indicates Bailey, held on a drunken-driving charge, died while guards were moving him for a mental health evaluation. The autopsy report says Bailey died of toxic effects of the drug PCP, including excited delirium, in combination with "restraint by police officers."
Army Sgt. Denise Kitchen awaits results of her husband's autopsy. He was jailed on a felony burglary charge.
A sheriff's department spokeswoman declined comment.