Ajibade et al v. Harris et al
ORDER: Within 30 days of this Court's Order, Savannah Psychiatry is ordered to produce Mathew Ajibade's complete treatment records, including his billing records, prescriptions (for medication and referrals to other providers), and a list of dates of treatment/attendance. (Compliance due by 2/5/2017). Signed by Magistrate Judge G. R. Smith on 1/5/17. (jlm)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
and ADENIKE HANNAH AJIBADE,
as natural parents of Mathew Ajibade,
and THE ESTATE OF MATHEW
AJIBADE and CHRIS OLADAPO,
JOHN WILCHER,in his official
capacity as Chatham County Sheriff,
This case arises from the January 2015 death of Mathew Ajibade
(Mathew) while in the Chatham County Sheriffs custody at the
Chatham County Detention Center (CCDC).
Doc. 21 (Amended
Complaint). He was arrested "in the throes of an episode of mental
illness," and the police "were informed about his mental state and his
need for prescription medicine, and were even given the pill bottle at
the arrest to give to [him]." Id. at 1 2. At the CCDC, however, Mathew
was "physically beaten and kicked in the head" and ultimately "forcibly
restrained ... in a restraint chair," and despite "not posing a threat to
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