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Hobart: Probe launched after man, 29, dies in police custody after he’d been arrested for appearing in a ‘suspicious and erratic method’

Hobart: Probe launched after man, 29, dies in police custody after he’d been arrested for appearing in a ‘suspicious and erratic method’


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A coronial report is being ready into the demise of a 29-year-old man who was being held in police custody.

The person was arrested round 1.55am on Saturday morning after police acquired stories of him appearing ‘in a suspicious and erratic method’ within the northern Hobart suburb of Moonah. 

A 29-year-old man has died in Hobart Reception Prison after being taken into custody in the early hours of Saturday

A 29-year-old man has died in Hobart Reception Jail after being taken into custody within the early hours of Saturday

He was taken to the Hobart Reception Jail the place he was held on remand.

The person was discovered unresponsive at 2.30am and regardless of police and later paramedic makes an attempt to revive him, he died a short while later.

Assistant Commissioner Adrian Bodnar stated the person had been arrested for ‘a easy offence’ below the Police Offences Act.

‘Definitely individuals aren’t arrested simply because they’re trying suspicious, there are different components … police must be happy about,’ he stated.

Assistant Commissioner Bodnar stated he couldn’t touch upon what prompted the person to grow to be unresponsive.

‘Because the matter is now earlier than the coroner I am very restricted in what I can say. That can clearly kind a part of the coronial investigation for the Coroner to think about,’ Assistant Commissioner Bodnar stated.

Assistant Commissioner Adrian Bodnar said the man's death is being investigated by the coroner

Assistant Commissioner Adrian Bodnar said the man's death is being investigated by the coroner

Assistant Commissioner Adrian Bodnar stated the person’s demise is being investigated by the coroner

Police are making ready the report for the coroner, who will examine all facets of the person’s demise, together with the circumstances of his arrest.

Tasmania Police’s skilled requirements command can also be investigating the demise and the Integrity Fee has additionally been notified.



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Written by bourbiza mohamed

Bourbiza Mohamed is a freelance journalist and political science analyst holding a Master's degree in Political Science. Armed with a sharp pen and a discerning eye, Bourbiza Mohamed contributes to various renowned sites, delivering incisive insights on current political and social issues. His experience translates into thought-provoking articles that spur dialogue and reflection.

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