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An emotional and thoughtful conversation with parents of a Southern California man who died after ingesting an unknown drug, including an opioid, while in custody in October, according to family members.
Mick Boggs, 39, died Oct. 15 at a hospital in Loma Linda, Calif.
He was a graduate of Southern California University.
In an interview with NBC’s Today show, Bogg, whose parents are from Indiana, discussed how his son became so ill that he couldn’t get up.
Bogg’s father, Jim Bogg’s sister, Carolyn, spoke at length about how his nephew had taken a different drug that he had not been prescribed, the family said in a statement released on Wednesday.
The family said Bogg had been in custody for nearly a year before he died.
“It’s like a curse, like it’s a curse from God,” Jim Bogs sister Carolyn Bogg told TODAY.
“And I don’t want to think about it.”
Mick, a college student, was detained at the time, accused of stealing money from his mother’s purse, according a statement from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Bogg was taken to a hospital after he showed signs of dehydration, and he died the next day.
“Mick was an innocent bystander in the tragic events that occurred at his parents’ home,” the statement read.
“We have been through this together.
In the interview, Bogs’ father, who also works as a computer programmer, said his nephew’s death was a tragedy.”
We all know that we are loved by God and that we will all be resurrected.”
In the interview, Bogs’ father, who also works as a computer programmer, said his nephew’s death was a tragedy.
He said he hoped people would see that he is not alone in this situation.
He also spoke about the pain his family has felt as they mourned their loss.
“There’s a lot of people who are hurting,” he said.
It’s just not my place, it’s not my family’s place to cry.”