The death of Julian ‘Norway’ Henry, 61, of Soufriere has been ruled a homicide by police.
Henry was found on June 29th, unconscious and, with apparent injuries to his head and torso near his Soufriere abode. Initial reports classified Henry’s death as suspicious.
Two people were detained by police during investigations on July 3rd. A July 7th postmortem on Henry revealed subdural hematoma as the cause of death. The injuries experts say, are secondary to traumatic head wounds.
Julian ‘Norway’ Henry, according to Soufriere residents was believed to be ‘mentally unsound’ and, was known to have at times ‘episodes’. Reports from Soufriere claim Henry was involved in a physical altercation with a woman before he was found unresponsive. It is alleged that another person intervened in the altercation.
Police have not proffered charges in connection with Julian Henry’s death, which is the 30th recorded homicide in 2017.