TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Officials have identified the man who died with COVID-19 in Terre Haute's federal prison.
A representative from the Federal Bureau of Prisons identified that man as 56-year-old Gregory Phinton Glenn.
On Sunday, Glenn reported he had shortness of breath and chest pains to prison staff.
Glenn was taken to a Terre Haute hospital, where officials say he died following cardiac arrest.
Glenn tested positive for COVID-19 before he left the prison to go to the hospital.
Glenn was sentenced out of Iowa for a supervised release violation. He was originally convicted for possession with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl.