Saskatchewan Police Investigate Suspicious Death in Muskoday First Nation | The Canadian News

Police are investigating a suspicious death on Christmas Day in the Muskoday First Nation, which is 16 miles southeast of Prince Albert.

Prince Albert RCMP says that at 6 am on Christmas Day they received a report of a man injured in a home.

“The adult male victim was pronounced dead at the scene. His death was determined to be suspicious in nature, ”police said.

Prince Albert RCMP, the Saskatchewan RCMP Felony Unit, the Saskatchewan Forensic Service, and the Saskatchewan RCMP Forensic Identification and General Investigation Sections are investigating the death of Sidney Bear of the Muskoday First Nation.

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Police say David Duong, 34, of the Muskoday First Nation, was arrested and charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter in Bear’s death.

Duong will appear in Prince Albert’s provincial court on January 29, 2022 at 10 a.m. M.


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