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Single occupancy cell in Housing Unit This is protective custody area, which can hold two inmates together. Gomez was housed with someone else but he was moved from Cell 23 to Cell 22, where he was alone. On Oct. Restraints: None listed Narrative: On Oct. An inmate came over to say that Gomez was hanging in his cell just before 9 p. He had hung himself from his bed sheets. There was a picture of a scythe and phrases in Spanish referring to death on his bunk.
He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead three days later. His mother lives in a little village and only spoke Spanish. A deputy who spoke Spanish called to tell her the news. Gomez had last been in court on Oct. A future date was set for Nov. Traci Gonzalez said her son, Mark Leventure, hated to be cooped up. When he was of prison, his mom said he would often sleep outside. He violated his parole. He had originally carjacked and assaulted an year-old man in Hayward in His physical health appeared to be OK.
He had an abscess on his right arm. He seemed agitated by this. In an interview with KTVU, his mother, Traci Gonzales, said he was bipolar and was severely emotionally disturbed from his brother getting killed by car. Gonzales said her son was also bipolar.
Some of his challenges were described in his obituary. Drug issues: He had methadone, methamphetamine and amphetamine in his system. His mother said he was taking medication for being bipolar. Restraints: No Narrative: He was first arrested at age 22, his mother said, and he spent 10 years in prison.
He got five years for felony carjacking and five years for elder abuse, his mother said. Gonzalez said her son hated to be cooped up. When he was out of prison, his mom said he would often sleep outside. She said she called probation officers repeatedly about this.