PAULS VALLEY, Okla. —The medical examiner has issued a cause of death for the pregnant mother who died inside the Garvin County Jail, just hours after she tried to seek medical care at a nearby hospital.

According to the ME, the cause of Jamie Fisher's was a ruptured ectopic pregnancy and the manner of her death was natural. The ME found that there was "no foul play" involved in Fisher's death.

"She enjoyed life," said former neighbor and friend Sherry Kimberlin. "Every day was a new experience for Jamie."

Friends said the 33-year-old, also known as Jamie Russell, went to the Pauls Valley General Hospital on Jan. 3 complaining of severe abdominal pains.

According to the police report filed by a Pauls Valley officer, nurses said Jamie was "not cooperating" and they needed a nearby officer to assist. The officer said staff told Jamie to lay on her back so they could perform tests and Jamie refused, saying it hurt.

The officer said he observed Jamie lift her body to adjust her clothing, out of sight of the medical staff, which Jamie had told nurses she did not have the ability to do moments earlier.

According to the report, since Jamie could not cooperate the staff decided to release her. While helping Jamie gather her things, the officer said he discovered 2 pill bottles in Jamie's possession containing alprazolam and oxycodone that were not prescribed to her.

The officer wrote, "I advised Jamie of the situation but at this time she appeared very loopy."

The officer arrested Jamie on a felony narcotics complaint around the same time a family member arrived at the hospital. According to the report, the family member told police the drugs belonged to an older family member and, "Jamie had probably stolen them."

The officer transported Jamie to the Garvin County jail around 8:30 p.m. where she was booked into a holding area. According to the Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes, at around 10:30 p.m. detention deputies noticed Jamie was unresponsive and called for medical attention. She was pronounced dead a short time later.

"Nobody deserves that," said Sherry Kimberlin, "Nobody deserves to die alone like that in a cage."