deadly stabbing spree in Saskatchewan earlier this month died in police custody after ingesting drugs, Global News has learned.Multiple police sources have told Global News Myles Sanderson fatally overdosed shortly after his arrest by RCMP on Sept.
7, which came after a four-day-long manhunt that covered the entire province.RCMP have only said Sanderson went into “medical distress” following a police takedown of his vehicle, and was later pronounced dead in hospital despite life-saving measures performed by officers and paramedics.
A cause of death has not been officially released.Sanderson was accused along with his brother Damien Sanderson of killing 10 people and wounding 18 others in a series of stabbings on James Smith Cree Nation and the nearby village of Weldon, Sask., on Sept.
4. Damien was found dead the next day on the Indigenous reserve. Saskatchewan Coroners Service announces inquest into Saskatchewan stabbing deaths On Wednesday, the Saskatchewan Coroners Service announced two public inquests will be held next year — one into the deaths that occurred on Sept.