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An English professor was found 'unresponsive' in his cell where he was being held after a domestic blow-up with his legally betrothed husband.
Nothing in the attached news report indicated if the deceased had life insurance.
Troubled Yale professor, 34, dies in police custody after domestic dispute with his newlywed husband
By SNEJANA FARBEROV
A young Yale University professor has died while in police custody over the weekend following a domestic dispute with his estranged husband.
Police said Samuel See, 34, was arrested Saturday night after allegedly attacking officers who responded to reports of a disturbance in his home.
On Sunday, the 34-year-old English professor was found unresponsive in a cell at the Union Avenue Detention Facility and was pronounced dead a short time later.
New Haven police officers responded to See's home just after 5pm Saturday after getting a call from See's sister about a confrontation, NBC Connecticut reported.
According to detectives, See's estranged husband, 32-year-old Sunder Ganglani, had stopped by the house to pick up his belongings and stayed there for more than two hours in violation of an order of protection.
Mr See asked police to remove his spouse from his residence, to which the officers responded that Ganglani also had an order of protection against him.
At that point, police said the 34-year-old man 'became enraged,' yelling that he should not be arrested because it is his house.
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