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"Several" people in police custody after disaster group called O & # 39; Chiese First Nation



Several people have been detained as part of an investigation on the O & # 39; Chiese First Nation November 11, 2018.

Calgary Herald

The police launched a hunt Saturday after a man's death at a gas station Sunchild First Nation in central Alberta.

At about 4 pm on Saturday, the RCMP issues a press release stating that an emergency response team conducted an operation at O ​​& # 39; Chiese First Nation as a result of a survey initiated that morning. The police told people to avoid the area, and not to post the police's place on social media.

On Saturday night, the police issued an update saying that several people were in storage and the operation had been terminated.

On Sunday, the RCMP confirmed that the operation was a result of a man's death on the nearby Sunchild First Nation.

The police responded to a report by a injured man at Sunchild gas station. The man was in what police was called a "bullshit" and suffered life-threatening injuries. He rushed to a hospital, where he later died.

The police were led to a to a residence on the O & # 39; Chiese First Nation, where they arrested "several" suspects. No one was injured.

Rocky Mountain House RCMP and Force's Major Crimes Unit continues to investigate. An autopsy has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 13, 2018 in Edmonton.

O & # 39; Chiese First Nation is located about 220 kilometers southwest of Edmonton.

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