In that suit Kylee Bult-Black, the daughter of the late Alfred Angelini,
alleges that jail officers and staff “refused to provide Alfred Angelini
with his medication, Citalopram,” an antidepressant.
“As a result, Alfred Angelini committed suicide by hanging, requiring
hospitalization, and finally succumbed to his injuries while in the hospital
on Feb. 29, 2012,” the suit alleges.
Lain and Widup “had a duty to provide adequate and reasonable medical care
to Alfred Angelini” and they “breached that duty,” the suit alleges.
The suit also names Advanced Correctional Healthcare Inc., contracted to
provide medical services to jail inmates.
Sgt. Larry LaFlower told the Chesterton Tribune today that the PCSP
does not comment on pending litigation.