The Del Norte ambulance was called to the jail and shortly afterwards the Rio Grande County coroner was called and pronounced White deceased, according to the sheriff’s office. An autopsy will determine exact the cause of death. White had been in custody since March 16 on a charge of sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust. His bond had been set at $150,000. White was scheduled for a first appearance in court today, June 21. White was arrested in March along with Mario Dominguez, 26, of Del Norte and Cristal Middleton, 21, of Alamosa. Helen Price, 56, was subsequently arrested in Moravia, Iowa. All faced multiple charges related to an alleged on-going sexual assault of an 8-year-old South Fork girl dating back to late 2015. The crimes allegedly took place at an apartment complex in South Fork.
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