Police are investigating the death of thirty-two year old Babonneau resident, Ian Elijah David.
George Jules, the father of the deceased, explained that he was told that his son was calling out for help in the wee hours of this morning as he returned home from an outing with some friends.
Jules said he was informed that his son entered the house that he shared with his grandfather and collapsed inside.
The incident occurred at about 3:am, Jules disclosed.
He told the Times that his son’s body was found behind a refrigerator.
Jules stated that David’s left hand was burnt.
“The skin was coming out from the hand from the wrist down,” he said.
The father told the Times that a postmortem examination conducted on the body today concluded that his son had received an electrical shock.
According to Jules, the refrigerator, an old one that was apparently already giving problems, was taken away for testing.
“I find everything so confusing,” the father asserted.
The deceased worked with his father in his tree trimming business.