SOUTHAVEN, Miss. - A Tennessee man died after a witness says police in northern Mississippi police "hogtied" him on a stretcher.
Multiple news outlets report that 30-year-old Memphis chemical engineer Troy Goode died in a hospital Saturday night, two hours after being detained by the Southaven Police Department.
Southaven Police Chief Tom Long says authorities were called to a parking lot after a Widespread Panic concert and were told Goode was possibly suffering an LSD overdose. Emergency personnel detained Goode and took him to a hospital.
David McLaughlin, a Memphis attorney, says he witnessed the incident and posted a video of the arrest on YouTube, saying it shows Goode being restrained, face-down on a stretcher with his legs pulled back and bound.
Goode's body will be sent to Jackson for an autopsy and toxicology report to determine a cause of death.
Tim Edwards, an attorney for Goode's family, told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger that Goode was "just erratic" during the encounter with police, but not "there was not any violent conduct."
According to the Clarion-Ledger, Goode had asthma, and reportedly told police he was having trouble breathing throughout the incident.