Post mortem results for Randy Simon revealed

Post mortem results for Randy Simon revealed

Drowning  is the cause of death according to a post mortem conducted on the body of Randy Simon whose decomposing body was discovered in the sea off the Ciceron/Cul De Sac beach on Jan. 29, 2013.

According to a press release, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, at about 6 pm, 0fficers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department were summoned to the Ciceron beach (sometimes called Cul De Sac beach) near the old garbage dump along Millennium Highway.

Upon arrival, police said a man’s body was seen “partly submerged in the water under a sand barge about 80 feet from shore”.

“The police later identified the body as that of 26-year-old Randy Simon, originally of Soufriere but resided at Bagatelle, Castries. Randy Simon was last seen on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, moments before he left for the beach. The body was transported to Victoria Hospital’s Mortuary. A post mortem is scheduled for a later date,” the press release stated.

Investigations continue.

A day earlier, Jan. 28, 2013, the body of Ian Frederick Inglis of Bisee was discovered on the Choc beach at about 8:30 am.

A post mortem conducted the same day revealed that he died from drowning.


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