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41-year-old Adelaide man’s death classified as a ‘death in custody’

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A 41-year-old man died on Friday 27 May 202 in what has been classified as a ‘death in custody’. Police received numerous calls from members of the public at 9:27pm that two males were fighting on King William Road, Adelaide, adjacent to Parliament House.

Police attended immediately where they found both males fighting, with the fight spilling onto the roadway and blocking northbound traffic. Both males were restrained and placed under arrest. No weapons were involved in the fight and it was not yet clear whether the two men were known to each other.

Police have advised that the fight is not related to recent gang activity in the city.

During the arrest, the 41-year-old man became unresponsive, with police and paramedics commencing CPR. Despite attempts, the man was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Detective Featherby from South Australian Police said the other male, a 17-year-old was ‘unarrested’ at the location so he could receive appropriate medical attention to ensure his welfare. The boy was then taken by ambulance to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained during the fight.

Major Crime and Ethical and Professional Standards detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident, with a report to be prepared for the Coroner.

Investigations continue into the incident, and police are urging anyone with information or those who may have witnessed the incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at http://www.crimestopperssa.com.au/  

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