by williammason on 23/11/10 at 8:08 pm
New dead inmate jail roster in Iowa. Nicholas Beasley was found dead 24 hrs after being in Des Moines’ Polk County Jail but whos in jail?
On November 1 2008, a new jail in Des Moines Iowa named Polk County Jail has been added to the jail roster of the United States of America. In just a few years, the complex have proven that there’s many mysteries lurking in its background. To begin, there’s lots of events that can chain an arrest inside this new 65 000 000$ correctional facility. For relevant instance, if your quiet-self ingest a drop of Flavoured Lager Beer or Verdicchio surpassing the consented quantity by law and envision for a clean getaway behind the wheels of a stolen Hummer, your final destination might be within a new 325 000 Sq Ft establishment that expand on 40 acres of firm land such as Des Moines’ Polk County Jail. Nevertheless, there’s several of Iowan inhabitants who bar the statistical probability of rapidly ending up in Des Moines’ Polk County Jail or 1985 NE 51st, Des Moines, IA 50313, to be more specific. The horrible reality is that this could hit any guy/girl within the next 365 days.
Des Moines’ Polk County Jail inhabit all the inmates in Polk County (all of them). The task of leading this jail’s division was given to Polk County Sheriff Office’s 30 years veteran, Mr. Chief Doug Phillips. Him and other members of Polk County Sheriff Office are responsible for surveilling and disciplining the all the felons in Des Moines’ Polk County Jail. Luckily them, this new facility have space for 1500 inmates and is not overpopulated yet. Nevertheless, in the case of such an event, it has been preconfigured to be able to accommodate 2500 (through expansion). Des Moines’ Polk County Jail is estimated to be capable of withstanding the number of Polk County’s convict population for the next 20 years (till 2030). If you guess that it’s all right in Des Moines’ Polk County Jail since it operates with the latest techs and gadgets which enables the officers to have a maximum viewing angle of the entire complex, think again!
On May 30 2010, a 27 years old inmate named Nicholas Beasley who was confined for domestic assault within Des Moines’ Polk County Jail was dead. Even more shocking was the fact that he was incarcerated for only 24 hours prior to his death. It all begin when an officer patrolling close to Nicholas Beasley ’s cell noticed that he was behaving erratically. The officer then radioed other guards and health workers for assistance. Still moving in a worrying manner, the staff had no to use restrains to minimize Nicholas Beasley’s gestures and to prevent harm to himself and others. Nicholas Beasley was pronounced dead only a few moments afterwards arriving to a nearby hospital.