UPDATE: Body discovered in Choc identified

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UPDATE: Body discovered in Choc identified

Police have released the identity of the body discovered in Choc this morning, Monday, Jan. 28, 2013.

Police said the body of Ian Frederick Inglis of Bisee was discovered on the Choc beach at about 8:30 am.

A post mortem conducted today revealed that he died from drowning.

This is the fourth such discovery in less than two weeks. However two of the three other incidents are currently being classified as “sudden deaths” until post mortem examinations have been carried out.

First incident

A decomposing body with a dread-locks hairstyle was discovered on a river bank by a party hunting for wild pigs on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at about 4:00 pm in the forested area of Quilese, Micoud. The body was identified by a family member as that of 54-year-old Paul Theodore of Fond St Jacques, Soufriere who was last seen on Thursday, January 17, 2013. A post mortem conducted on Friday, January 25, 2013 revealed that Theodore died as a result of cardio genetic shock consistent with snake bite.

Second incident

On Thursday, January 24, 2013 at about 10:00 am, officers attached to the Marigot Police Station were summoned to a forested area at Belaire, Marigot. Whilst there, they discovered the body of 60-year-old Lawerence Collymore, also known as Escoban, of New Field, Dennery. The body was taken to the Victoria Hospital Mortuary. A post mortem is scheduled for a later date. The police are treating the death as sudden until post mortem results. There were no visible marks of violence on the body.

Third incident

On Friday, January 25, 2013 at about 7:15 am, officers attached to the Dennery Police Station were summoned to the residence of 47-year-old Oswell Stanislaus of Newfield Denney. On arrival, they discovered the decomposing body of the said individual lying on the floor in his room. He was transported to Victoria Hospital mortuary. Stanislaus was last seen on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 about 7:00 pm. A post mortem is scheduled for a later date. The police are treating the death as sudden until post mortem results. There were no visible marks of violence on the body.

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  1. How many seats were one? How many died in that strange, unexplainable vehicular accident? Why did they decide to set up a monument/altar for this tragedy but not other previous tragedies? Should we be expecting as many as 17? Time to pay up I guess. En rouge ain't no joke.

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