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Relative wants answers in WCDC's inmate's death

May 4th, 2013 8:29 am by Becky Campbell, NET News Service

Relative wants answers in WCDC's inmate's death

A relative of a Johnson City man who died while custody at the Washington County Detention Center this week wants answers about his death.

Alan Sieckman, grandfather of Stewart W. Peppers, 22, 606 Swadley Road, No. 46, said there are things he’s heard about his grandson’s death that don’t make sense. Sieckman, from California, contacted the Johnson City Press Friday to speak about his grandson’s death and to press for answers.

He has received no official information regarding his grandson’s death other than through media reports, though he has heard information about Peppers’ treatment at the jail.


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