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San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office identifies victim, inmates suspected of in-custody death

The death is being investigated as an inmate-on-inmate death.
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FRENCH CAMP, Calif. — Authorities are reporting an inmate-on-inmate death at a San Joaquin County Jail.

According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office, during the 10 p.m. inmate check on Thursday, June 24, authorities found one of the inmates at the Honor Farm facility injured. Despite the efforts of the staff, the inmate died from his injuries.

The death of Armondo Salgado, 49, is being investigated as an inmate-on-inmate death, and authorities believe three inmates were involved. 

All three men have been identified as Nathan Oliveridoan, 22, Joseph Corral, 21, and Angelo Velasquez, 22. The men will be rebooked to include homicide charges. Authorities are looking into whether there are any more suspects. 

Salgado was arrested on June 23, and he was scheduled to be released on July 1.

The investigation is still ongoing, and the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office will release any additional information when it becomes available.

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