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HEMPSTEAD, Texas – The latest on the investigation into the recent death of a woman in a Texas jail cell (all times local):
The prosecutor in a Texas county where authorities say a woman hanged herself in a jail cell is calling for a "thorough review" of the case, saying it's too soon to rule her death a suicide.
Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis said at a news conference Monday that a Texas Rangers investigation into Sandra Bland's death is "being treated just as it would be in a murder investigation."
He says it's too soon to "make any kind of determination" about whether her death was a suicide.
Bland's family and friends have disputed authorities' contention that she killed herself.
The 28-year-old Naperville, Illinois, woman was arrested July 10 after officials said she became uncooperative during a traffic stop. She was found dead in her cell three days later.
Mathis says the case will go to a grand jury once the investigation is complete.
On Tuesday, dashcam video of Bland's arrest was expected to be released.