Clinton Lee Davis, age 49 of Idaho, was discovered in his cell on Wednesday evening after having committed suicide by hanging.
Davis had been an inmate at the Coconino County Detention Facility since April, 13 2014 when he was booked by Page Police Department for multiple criminal offenses to include Burglaries, Thefts, Criminal Damage and Prohibited Weapons Possession.
Davis also was being held on an out of state warrant for original offenses of Burglaries and Thefts.
Prior to his death Davis was assigned to a two person cell in a housing unit. The housing unit has a common day use area that inmates are allowed to use. At approximately 4:42 pm Detention Officers were alerted by inmates assigned to the housing unit that Davis appeared to be hanging from a ladder attached to a two person bunk bed. Detention Officers immediately responded and placed him on the floor at which point they began life saving efforts to include CPR. A Registered Nurse assigned to the facility also responded with an AED device.
Detention Officers and the nurse continued to administer lifesaving efforts until the arrival of Guardian Medical personnel who assumed medical care of Davis. He did not respond to life saving efforts and was pronounced deceased. Davis was transported to the Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office and Sheriff’s personnel notified his next of kin.
At this point in the investigation no foul play is suspected and it appears that Mr. Davis died of a self-inflected injury.