A Forsyth County grand jury declined to indict five former detention officers accused in the 2019 death of John Neville, who died after being restrained by the officers at the Forsyth County jail.
A new lawsuit alleges that John Neville had brain damage when he was transported from jail to a Winston-Salem hospital, where he later died.
A coalition of media groups has filed a lawsuit seeking records in connection with the death of a Black man who died after being restrained in the Forsyth County Detention Center.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of John Neville's death. He passed away at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center following his transfer from the Forsyth County jail where he had been held.
A group of demonstrators rallied outside the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston-Salem to mark the release of video that depicts the moments before the death of John Neville.
Police body camera video showing the events in a Forsyth County jail that preceded the death of John Neville has been released, showing him struggling after having a medical emergency and officers
Forsyth County Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough held a press conference Tuesday in which he apologized to