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Hunt County Authorities ID Women Who Died In Custody

Tiani Warden
Hunt County Jail
courtesy KLTV

Hunt County authorities identified the woman arrested for public intoxication, who later died in custody on November 4, as 52-year-old Tiani Warden. Officers found her unresponsive at the detention center and she died after transport to the Hunt Regional Medical Center. National reports say she was the ex-wife of actor Gary Busey but those reports have not been confirmed. An autopsy report listed the cause of death as “accidental.”