Inmate found dead at New Hampshire State Prison for men died of heart attack

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Jul. 11—A New Hampshire inmate found dead at the State Prison for Men in Concord died of a heart attack, Department of Corrections officials said Monday.

Around 2 p.m. Sunday, prison officials were notified of an unresponsive inmate in his cell and "emergency response protocols were immediately started," officials said in a news release.

David Boutwell, 60, was incarcerated on Jan. 16, 2008, for two counts of second-degree murder attempt, one count of burglary attempt and one count of falsifying physical evidence.

Boutwell had a sentence maximum release date of Dec. 4, 2105.

An autopsy conducted by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Monday determined the immediate cause of Boutwell's death to be a heart attack.