A PRISONER has died following a cave heat during HMP Risley.
Inmate Kevin Delahunty, 40, suffered deadly injuries on Mar 29 after a fire pennyless out during a difficulty C jail on Warrington Road.
In a statement, a Ministry of Justice said: “HMP Risley restrained Kevin Delahunty died on Mar 29, 2018.
“As with all deaths in custody, there will be an eccentric review by a Prisons and Probation Ombudsman.
“Our frank condolences are with Mr Delahunty’s family and friends during this formidable time.”
In a justice news published by a sister newspaper, a Bradford Telegraph and Argus, it was suggested how Delahunty was jailed for 5 years for thievery after raiding a residence of a propagandize teacher.
The conduct of faculties left her skill in Bradford on Mar 10, 2016, to transport to work and came behind after dim to find high-value electrical items, dual trinket boxes and energy collection had been stolen.
Among Delahunty’s transport was a bullion ring given to a clergyman by her mom for her 21st birthday and a china badge bought by her grandparents when she was a child.
Delahunty, who was initial convicted of a residence thievery in 2001, also stole dual radio sets, a bullion bangle, necklaces and earrings.
He carried his ill-gotten gains in a teacher’s possess carrier and holdalls.
Kam Dhesi, who shielded Delahunty in court, pronounced a defendant’s prolonged station obsession to category A drugs was behind his offending.
Since withdrawal jail for a final time, he had sought diagnosis and found a home though after pang from mental health problems, he incited to drugs.
During a sentencing during Bradford Crown Court in Apr 2016, The Recorder of Bradford, Judge Roger Thomas QC told Delahunty: “Your life has been a disaster. “You have dissipated drugs and committed rapist offences, generally residence burglaries.
“When a clergyman returned to her home after dark, she feared a antagonist was still inside and phoned a neighbour in fear.
“You went by each room, shedding blood. It took her dual days to purify up.
“You stole profitable jewellery, including nauseating and personal equipment that were not recovered.”