Died on April 21, 2020 in Tucson, Arizona, death revealed on June 24
His grandmother called police at 1am because Ingram-Lopez was drunk and behaving erratically. In a garage, police pinned him to the ground face down, handcuffed him, and put a yellow plastic blanket over him. For 12 minutes, he pleaded in English and Spanish for water, yelled that he couldn’t breathe, and called for his nana. Then he went into cardiac arrest and stopped moving. He was declared dead at the scene. Officers Samuel Routledge, Ryan Starbuck, and Jonathan Jackson have resigned. Ingram-Lopez’s death was made public for the first time at a police department press conference on June 24, after the release of graphic body cam footage.