UPDATE: 2:49 p.m., Tuesday:
Frederick Adami, 52, was being held in county custody on a domestic relations warrant, said Larry King, spokesperson for the district attorney’s office.
Adami had contact with authorities Saturday and was discovered to have an outstanding warrant, Adami said.
As the investigation into what killed an inmate at the Bucks County Correctional Facility continued Tuesday, officials released the man’s name and age.
County spokesperson Chris Edwards said Frederick Adami, 52, was found dead Sunday morning at the Doylestown Township correctional facility that houses all inmates in county custody.
According to county court records, Adami previously had lived in Northampton and Yardley. He had run-ins with police in the past and pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation for a 2015 bad checks case out of Yardley.
An autopsy will be performed on Adami.
It was not immediately clear why Adami was in custody. LevittownNow.com reached out to the district attorney’s office and sheriff’s office for more information.