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However, Boone said the autopsy was completed the day it was performed - Feb. 14. A two-week waiting period was required before tests could be performed on Jones' brain, and those tests revealed the meningitis, she said. Remaining tests are to determine what type of meningitis Jones had. Aggie Hayner, spokeswoman for St. John's Hospital, said the hospital was notified Wednesday morning that Jones had had meningitis. Sheriff Neil Williamson said he found out early Wednesday that Jones had had meningitis and informed Dr. Joseph Maurer, who provides medical services to the jail. Sangamon County Jail inmate Maurice Burris writhed in pain, vomited and complained repeatedly to a jail nurse that something was wrong with him for three days before he finally was sent to a hospital, where he died, according to a federal lawsuit his family filed this month. Tony Sacco, chief deputy of Sangamon County, said the jail's nurse has informed the staff that meningitis, if contagious, has an incubation period that has already expired. Jail staff members reported later that day that Burris continued to be in pain and he continued to vomit. The lawsuit alleges that Brauer "had to be asked by jail staff three times before she would call for an ambulance." Burris' body was limp and his color was gray, and he developed cardiac arrest just after 11 a.m.
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