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Suspect charged after man found dead

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RCMP got more than they were expecting when they were called to a disturbance in the western Manitoba First Nation of Keeseekowenin.

Yellowhead RCMP reported Sunday they were called to the Ojibway First Nation, about 110 kilometres north of Brandon, Friday night for a disturbance at a house, only to discover a man dead when they arrived.

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The victim's name is Terrel Stewart Shorting, 34, of Keeseekowenin.

Terris Ronald Mintuck, 50, of Keeseekowenin First Nation has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder.

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 7, 2013 B2

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