A man, who was hospitalized after he was arrested by two Oklahoma City police officers, has died Thursday night.
Police say 60-year-old David Harjo was first taken to the hospital, drunk and complaining of chest pains at about 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 13.
Harjo was then taken to the detox center and then taken back to the hospital where it was found he has a life-threatening condition and may not live.
Police officials say they don't believe the officers used force, but those officers still need to be interviewed. They have been placed on paid administrative leave.
According to police, Harjo died at the hospital Thursday night. The case is still under investigation.