Autopsy determines Tuxedo Park death a homicide
Published Wednesday, February 6, 2013 11:16AM MST
Last Updated Wednesday, February 6, 2013 12:39PM MST
An investigation by Calgary police into the death of 42-year-old Duane Gordon Laybourne continues following the release of the Medical Examiner’s findings.
The cause of Laybourne’s death has not been released.
On February 3, police responded to a home in the 200 block of 28 Ave. N.E. following reports of a home break-in and possible gun shots fired. Officers located a gun on the front lawn of the home and blood on the interior walls but no one was inside.
The CPS Homicide Unit believes a group of people had gathered in the home and an altercation occurred. It is believed Laybourne sustained life-threatening injuries in the altercation and the severely injured man left the home.
The gathering in the Tuxedo home is believed to have been drug related.
On the morning of February 4, the lifeless body of Duane Laybourne was located inside a vehicle in the 100 block of 28 Ave. N.E.
No one is currently in custody in connection to Laybourne’s death. Investigators are attempting to identify everyone that was at the home in the 200 block of 28 Ave. N.E. on the night of the altercation.
Anyone with information on the events surrounding Laybourne’s murder is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.