State Police investigating death of Sevier County inmate



    DE QUEEN – Arkansas State Police are investigating the death of a Sevier County inmate.
    Thirty-seven-year-old Randi Wolfe died Feb. 13, two days after becoming unresponsive while at the Sevier County Jail.
    Little River County Sheriff Gary Gregory said Wolfe had been arrested Feb. 9 near Foreman on a charge of residential burglary. She allegedly stole medication pills from a home.
    Wolf was housed in the Sevier County jail because the Little River County jail doesn’t incarcerate females.
    Sevier County Investigator Robert Gentry said Wolfe was transported to a local hospital. Her condition became worse after she was airlifted to a medical center in Little Rock.
    State police sent the body to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

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