Man Dies After Being Subdued By Brazoria Deputies

Man dies after being subdued by Brazoria deputies
Houston Chronicle
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Published 10:02 p.m., Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Authorities are awaiting autopsy results for a 52-year-old man, reportedly on drugs, who died after being subdued with pepper spray and handcuffed at a home in Brazoria County.

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