Former Jail Guard Expected to Plead Guilty in Ronnie White Case

Prosecutors: Anthony McIntosh found Ronnie White unresponsive in his jail cell but didn't tell anyone

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    Prince George's County
    Ronnie White

    A former jail guard is expected to plead guilty Friday in connection with an inmate's death in Prince George's County.

    Prosecutors say Anthony McIntosh found Ronnie White unresponsive in his jail cell in 2008, but didn't seek medical attention for him.

    Conflicting Reports Confuse Ronnie White Case

    [DC] Conflicting Reports Confuse Ronnie White Case
    There is conflicting reports in investigations into Ronnie White's death. (Published Thursday, Oct 2, 2008)

    White, 19, had been charged with running over a county police officer with a stolen car, killing him.

    A medical examiner initially ruled White's death a homicide, but later said he may have strangled himself.

    McIntosh was charged with two counts of destruction, alteration or falsification of records in a federal investigation. His trial was scheduled for next week.

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