Carol Hardee, grandmother of Patrick O'Malley, left, and Kim Parker, Patrick's mother, hold a photo of him with his son Joseph. O'Malley died in 2015 of a heart attack in the Carteret County jail after being left in a restraining chair for more than nine hours.
Carol Hardee, grandmother of Patrick O'Malley, left, and Kim Parker, Patrick's mother, hold a photo of him with his son Joseph. O'Malley died in 2015 of a heart attack in the Carteret County jail after being left in a restraining chair for more than nine hours. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Carol Hardee, grandmother of Patrick O'Malley, left, and Kim Parker, Patrick's mother, hold a photo of him with his son Joseph. O'Malley died in 2015 of a heart attack in the Carteret County jail after being left in a restraining chair for more than nine hours. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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