The Department of Corrections says a 60-year-old Rikers Island inmate, who had gotten into a fight with guards earlier, died in his cell. According to Newsday, Clarence Mobley "had assaulted a correction officer with a meal tray and had to be subdued and removed to a separate holding pen by other officers" on Saturday night. Apparently the guards had been preparing to transport him to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation when Mobley lashed out. A DOC spokesman said that later on Mobley was found unresponsive in his cell. An autopsy found Mobley, arrested on April 30 for breaking into a Queens beauty salon, died of "liver laceration due to blunt trauma of the torso." The DOC is investigating.