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Family identifies victim as Calgary homicide unit investigates suspicious death in southeast

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A 30-year-old Calgary father has been identified by his family as the victim of Saturday's suspicious death in Forest Lawn. As Jackie Wilson reports, he'll be remembered for his goofy personality – Mar 28, 2021

The Calgary Police Service’s homicide unit is investigating a death Saturday night in the southeast.

Police said just before 10 p.m., they were called to the 5200 block of Memorial Drive S.E. for reports of shots fired.

When they arrived, a man in his 30s was found on the street in medical distress.

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Despite attempts to save him, the man died at the scene, police said.

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Several streets around Memorial Drive S.E. were taped off overnight as police investigated.

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Family identifies victim

Family of Jesse Shaye Troy George-Raweater, 30, identified him as the victim on Sunday.

George-Raweater was a father to a four-year-old boy and will be remembered for his funny and goofy personality.

“He was cheeky, funny, loving and outgoing,” said his cousin Heather Criddle.

“He made major life changes in the past few months to lead a more healthy, happy, sober life. We were all so proud of him for taking the steps in the right direction… Words can’t describe how our family is feeling and the impact it will have.”

Family identified 30-year-old Jesse Shaye Troy George-Raweater as the victim of Saturday’s suspicious death. Courtesy: Jolene George-Crowchild

His mother, Jolene George-Crowchild, said he was at the house in the 5200 block of Memorial Drive S.E. when an altercation took place.

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An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.

If you have information, call the homicide tip line at 403-428-8877 or the police non-emergency line at 403-266-1234.

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