Family of Woman with Opioid Addiction Sues a Mass. Police Department for Records


The family of a 30-year-old Vermont woman whose obituary gained national attention for its discussion about her opioid addiction are suing a Massachusetts police department for information about the days leading up to her death.
The lawsuit was filed Tuesday the family of Madelyn Linsenmeir, whose obituary was widely shared after she died Oct. 7.
The trial against the Springfield Police Department and the city of Springfield said Linsenmeir was arrested in late September and later the sheriff’s department was detained.

Then he says he ran to the hospital where he died on 4 October.

The complaint says Linsenmeir’s family requested documents that could shed light on the arrest and detention of lawyers, but they did not receive them.

Springfield’s city representative didn’t respond immediately to an email.

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