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RCMP lay charges in investigation into the death of Cory JarockPosted: July 26, 2012
The RCMP have made an arrest and laid charges in connection with the death of Cory Jarock of Invermere.
The RCMP Southeast District Major Crimes Unit confirm that 23-year-old Brian Panebianco was arrested on Thursday July 19, in Radium Hot Springs and charged with several offences relating to the death of Cory Jarock.
Panebianco was also arrested on other outstanding arrest warrants that were unrelated to Jarock’s death.
Columbia Valley RCMP, assisted by the South East District Major Crimes Unit, commenced their investigation into Jarock’s death on April 3, after he was found unresponsive in the driveway of an Invermere home.
Panebianco was presented to a Judicial Justice of the Peace bail hearing on July 20, and was remanded into custody until his next appearance in Court in Invermere on Wednesday July 25. Following that court appearance, Panebianco was further remanded to another court date in September.
Panebianco has been charged with assault, robbery, and Breach of Recognizance in relation to the death of Cory Jarock. The RCMP Southeast District Major Crimes Unit investigators are continuing their investigation into Jarock’s death.
Columbia Valley RCMPTags: Brian PanebiancoColumbia Valley RCMPCory JarockSouth East District Major Crimes Unit
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