A man who was accused of the death of Braiden Jacob in Thunder Bay appeared at a glance


The man who was accused of second-degree murder in the death of a 17-year-old Webeki Braiden Jacob, appeared for the first time in court on Saturday morning.

Jonathan Yellowhead from Eabametoong – flying in the first country about 350 kilometers north of Thunder Bay, Ont. – appeared in court after the video and was detained in custody. His next judicial appearance is scheduled for Tuesday.

Yellowhead, 22, also faces an infringement of the trial charge in the case.

The police said that the suspect was arrested shortly after 5 hours. Friday.

The Jakob body was found on December 9, shortly after 11.30 am, near the southern part of the Chapples Parks in Thunder Bay.

Young people have visited the city from their home community – flying in the first country, more than 500 kilometers north of Thunder Bay – for health reasons, said Deputy Ambassador Nishnawbe Aski Nation Derek Fox.

The autopsy took place in Toronto on Thursday.

Colonel, said Don Don Lewis, a Thunder Bay lawmaker, said on Friday that the deaths had been shown by the dead that there was a murder.


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