Police believe he died of a drug overdose.
Montreal police are investigating a man’s death in the downtown borough of Ville-Marie Saturday evening.
A janitor called 911 after finding man who was “possibly dead” in a rooming house on Hôtel-de-Ville Avenue near René-Lévesque Boulevard.
The man, in his fifties, was pronounced dead on the scene at around 7:30 p.m. and it is considered a “suspicious death” because the body shows signs of violence, according to Montreal police spokesperson Const. Véronique Dubuc.
By early Sunday morning, forensic investigators were still on the scene, which had been cordoned off throughout the night as police work to determine the circumstances behind the man’s death.
A janitor found the victim “injured or possibly deceased” in a room inside the building. Police say his body bore “signs of violence.”
RENO, NV (KOLO)– Reno Police are investigating a suspicious death.
Police had 3rd street closed for hours on Sunday May 5, 2019 between Washington Street and Vine Street during the investigation.
Police say the death is not natural but have released no other details.
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AUSTIN, Texas — Police have identified a woman whose body was found in downtown Austin over the weekend.
Police were called around 4:19 a.m. on Saturday after Queen C. Benson, 23, was found lying on the sidewalk unresponsive on Sixth Street near Brazos.
Benson died on the scene at around 4:45 a.m.
Homicide detectives were on the scene and talked to witnesses.
Police said Benson had fallen off a building and the death is not suspicious.
The Medical Examiner has conducted an autopsy and is awaiting toxicology results.
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Foul play has been ruled out in the death of Harley Tenale.
The body of Tenale, 54, was discovered at 7 a.m. downtown in Williams Lake March 9 in a parking lot between the Sandman Hotel and Suites and Save-On-Foods just off Oliver Street along Seventh Avenue.
Williams Lake RCMP Insp. Jeff Pelley confirmed the findings of the police investigation Friday, April 5, noting the investigation remains with the BC Coroners Service.
Tenale was from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation, and he lived in Dog Creek.
Community members Phyllis Rosette and Darlene Louie shared some insight into Tenale’s life on behalf of the family in the days following his death, noting Tenale was a big part of the community and that he would be dearly missed.
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The Williams Lake RCMP are investigating a suspicious death Saturday morning.
A deceased individual was found this morning between the Sandman Hotel and Suites and Save-On-Foods just off Oliver St. along 7 Ave N. At this time, officers have the Sandman parking lot taped off, including the neighbouring bus station. A police tent has been set up in the parking lot across from Smashin’ Smoothies.
Officers on the scene confirmed the death was suspicious in nature and that they are currently investigating. Interviews with people in the area late last night were being conducted on the scene.
Staff Sgt. Del Byron said the incident is currently under investigation by the WL General Investigation Section and the WL Detachment.
As of Saturday afternoon, officers have cleared the scene.
The Williams Lake RCMP encourages anyone with information on this incident
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