Shaun Corson, 33, an inmate at the Maine State Prison, died July 23 at approximately 1 p.m. at the prison, the Department of Corrections announced.

The death is a suspected suicide, and Corson was found hanging from a sheet in his prison cell, according to Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland.

Consistent with the Department of Corrections policy and the Attorney General’s Office protocols, the Maine State Police and the Medical Examiner were notified. Both are reviewing the death.

Corson had returned to the Maine State Prison on July 18, 2011, for a probation revocation.

According to McCausland, Corson is from Madison and was arrested as a fugitive from justice in connection with a Florida homicide. Corson was taken into custody July 7 by U.S. Marshals at a location in Norridgewock. The Florida homicide case involved Corson’s girlfriend, who died in Jacksonville, Fla.

McCausland noted that state police investigate all deaths inside the prison. There have been no charges in connection with the death of Corson.

The medical examiner will release the official cause of death when the autopsy is complete.