A B.C. civilian police guard dog was deployed to the Campbell River after a man died during RCMP detention.
The Independent Investigation Bureau said the Campbell River RCMP arrested the man for probation violations and took him to a local detachment at around 10:45 pm. On thursday.
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According to the RCMP, facility guards found a man unresponsive in his cell around 11:00 pm.
According to the IIO, the man was taken to the hospital, intubated and admitted to the ICU, but later died.
IIO has been sentenced to death on Campbell River since April This is the third time.
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Watchdog earlier this month Was summoned after police shot deadly the suspect in murder and hostage taking.
In April, a man shot dead by police in response to a report of a weapon theft from a sporting goods store.
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IIO The mission is to investigate all police-related cases that lead to serious injury or death, regardless of whether there is a alleged misconduct.
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