Mr. Foster was arrested after police in Reform, a small town in western Alabama, tracked him on radar while driving 92 mph in the 45 mph zone at about 11:10 p.m. on December 3, the police say.
After officers chased Mr. Foster in a Jeep and placed spikes on the road, he was charged with reckless endangerment, attempt to evade and resist arrest, police said. He was also charged with speeding, driving while on suspension and driving on the wrong side of the road, police said.
Foster’s parents believe he may have experienced a “manic episode” in the days before, during and after his arrest, the family’s attorney said. Mr. Foster has a “history of mental health challenges,” the attorneys said in a statement statement.
While Mr. Foster was placed in the Pickens County Jail, he “did not cooperate in answering the warden’s booking inquiries but made no physical alteration to the booking process when the Reform Police Department was present.” “, the department said in statement.
On December 5, Mr. Foster’s family posted his bondage, which included a condition that, by order of the judge, police take him to a hospital in Birmingham for an evaluation, police said.
But when Mr. Foster’s family and police arrived at the prison to take him to the hospital, the sheriff’s office refused to release him, saying he had been charged with another crime, the Reform Police Department said.
According to attorneys for Foster’s family, they have been informed that Mr. Foster had “copied with another inmate and is currently under the jurisdiction of the sheriff’s office, which has resulted in his treatment being impaired.” delay”. Lawyers said the family was not authorized to visit Mr. Foster.
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