In Lawton, Oklahoma, Christina Tahhahwah was arrested by police at her grandparents house. She lived with bi-polar disorder and stopped taking her medications which led to her family calling the police to aid in taking her to the hospital for medical care. When she refused to leave the property, the police arrested her for trespassing and took her off to jail instead. The following day on November 14, she was “found” unresponsive in her cell. She was in cardiac arrest and was transferred to the hospital, where she later died. Her family was not notified of her heart attack until they received a Facebook message from family friend, who works at the hospital. When the family arrived at the hospital they received reports from fellow jail inmates that Christina Tahhahwah had been tasered for refusing to stop singing Comanche hymns.