Police watchdog probes Caerphilly man's death
A 44-year-old Caerphilly man's death is to be investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
James Graham was taken ill after four officers from Gwent Police executed a warrant at his home in Lansbury Park on Tuesday.
The IPCC said officers started resuscitating Mr Graham and called an ambulance, but he was later pronounced dead in hospital.
A post-mortem examination was carried out on Mr Graham.
IPCC Commissioner for Wales Tom Davies said: "My condolences go to Mr Graham's family and friends.
"I have decided that an independent investigation will be carried out into Mr Graham's death and the IPCC will produce a report for the coroner's inquest.
"Our investigation will look at all the circumstances of Mr Graham's death, including the force risk assessment undertaken before this police operation."