No charges expected in deaths of Josiah Begg and Tammy Keeash

Following several months of investigating the suspicious deaths of two teenagers in Thunder Bay last May no charges are expected to be laid, APTN News has been told.

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Ken is an award-winning investigative journalist with a decade of reporting experience who played a key role in breaking the Bruce Carson story on APTN in 2011 which led to an award from the Canadian Association of Journalists. Ken has worked out of APTN’s Ottawa bureau since October 2012.


4 thoughts on “No charges expected in deaths of Josiah Begg and Tammy Keeash

  1. Such a tragedy. My heart is heavy for these families. Im sure that they will always have unanswered questions with the loss of these young beautiful people. May they rest in paradise and i pray for healing in the communities of the two.

  2. Such a tragedy. My heart is heavy for these families. Im sure that they will always have unanswered questions with the loss of these young beautiful people. May they rest in paradise and i pray for healing in the communities of the two.

  3. I wonder why they would just leave her there like that and atleast not call the police to let them know where she is and heavily intoxicated. Atleast she would have had a safe place. Too late now. I hope whatever happened to little big Tammy happens to whoever did what to her. They wouldn’t find her like that for no reason!

  4. I wonder why they would just leave her there like that and atleast not call the police to let them know where she is and heavily intoxicated. Atleast she would have had a safe place. Too late now. I hope whatever happened to little big Tammy happens to whoever did what to her. They wouldn’t find her like that for no reason!

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