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St. Albert boy, 15, mourned as EPS charges man with 2nd-degree murder

St. Albert boy, 15, mourned as EPS charges man with 2nd-degree murder
St. Albert boy, 15, mourned as EPS charges man with 2nd-degree murder

اخبار العرب-كندا 24: الخميس 23 مايو 2024 08:55 مساءً

St.Albert residents are mourning the sudden death of a teenaged boy, which the Edmonton Police Service is investigating as a homicide.

Police officers found Broden Radomske, 15, suffering from life-threatening injuries, after receiving reports of an injured youth near 137th Avenue and 184th Street around 9:30 p.m. MT Tuesday. He later died from his injuries, according to a news release from EPS on Thursday.

Keith James Landry, 40, was arrested shortly after the incident, police say. He is charged with second-degree murder in connection to the boy's death, which homicide detectives are investigating.

Police believe Radomske and Landry knew each other.

CBC News identified Radomske as the victim after receiving information from one of his friends, who learned the circumstances of the teen's death from Radomske's grandmother.

St.Albert residents are mourning the sudden death of 15-year-old Broden Radomske. The boy died after suffering from serious, life-threatening injuries on Tuesday evening according to Edmonton Police Service. EPS has charged Keith James Landry, 40, with second degree murder.

St.Albert residents are mourning the sudden death of 15-year-old Broden Radomske. The boy died after suffering from serious, life-threatening injuries on Tuesday evening according to Edmonton Police Service. EPS has charged Keith James Landry, 40, with second degree murder.

Radomske, 15, shown here, died from life-threatening injuries on Tuesday evening, police say. Keith James Landry, 40, was arrested and charged with second degree murder in connection to the boy's death. (Gofundme.com)

The death of Radomske, a Grade 9 student at Lorne Akins Junior High School, has shaken the city.

The school's student body is struggling to make sense of Radomske's death, said Paula Power, communications manager for the St. Albert Public Schools.

"It's been pretty devastating for everybody," Power said, adding that at least six counselors were on hand at École Hillgrove School and Lorne Akins to help students process their feelings.

The boy is being remembered as someone who enjoyed life, often smiled and had a great group of friends. He was "verry active in the hockey community" and played basketball, too, she said.

"It's hard to think of him being gone… It will leave a big hole," she said.

A small memorial was started in honour of 15-year-old Broden Radomske of St.Albert. Radomske died on Tuesday after patrol officers responded to the area of 137th Avenue and 184th Street at around 9:30 p.m. after getting reports of an injured youth.

A small memorial was started in honour of 15-year-old Broden Radomske of St.Albert. Radomske died on Tuesday after patrol officers responded to the area of 137th Avenue and 184th Street at around 9:30 p.m. after getting reports of an injured youth.

A small memorial was started in St. Alberta to honour Radomske. (Travis McEwan/CBC)

St.Albert resident Russ Vickers said he was shocked to hear of Radomske's death.

"That's a real hard one to swallow… I just said, 'How can that be? What's this world coming to?'"

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