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CanadaInmate's death at Edmonton Remand Centre declared homicide

04:20  03 july  2019
04:20  03 july  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Inmate's death at Edmonton Remand Centre declared homicide © Scott Neufeld/CBC Edmonton police are investigating the homicide of a Bruce Windsor on Saturday following a fight with another inmate.

The death of a male inmate at the Edmonton Remand Centre Saturday has been declared a homicide following an autopsy.

Police were called to the centre in north Edmonton around 5:45 p.m. on Saturday.

Officers found 57-year-old Bruce Donald Windsor unresponsive. Windsor was declared dead by paramedics on scene.

Homicide investigators believe there was a fight between Windsor and another inmate.

Police are not releasing the cause of death.

Windsor was a known sex offender.

In February 2013, Windsor had completed a two-year sentence for possessing child pornography, publishing child pornography and breach of probation.

Within a week of his release, he was arrested and charged with possessing and producing child pornography and breaching his probation order by visiting areas where children are present.

Police have identified a suspect in the homicide, but no charges have been laid.

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