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Home » Newswire » No foul play suspected in death – The Chronicle Journal
by ahnationtalk on April 21, 201769 Views
April 21, 2017
Provincial police don’t suspect foul play in the death last week of a 30-year-old Aroland First Nation man, even though another reserve man is facing a serious assault charge.
Police on Thursday did not say how Byron Meshake died, but said the results of a post mortem conducted Tuesday in Toronto suggest that foul play was not a factor.
Meshake died on the morning of April 14 after what’s believed to have been an altercation with another reserve man at a local home.
Meshake “was transported by ambulance for medical treatment, but despite medical intervention, (he) was pronounced deceased,” said a provincial news release.
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