James collapsed at his Mattingley Heights home on Wednesday, 15th June, 2011, in the presence of the friend. The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was summoned to the scene and attempts were made to revive him but they were unsuccessful. James’ lifeless body was removed from the scene and transported to a mortuary.
The autopsy, according to a police press release, was conducted on Thursday, 16th June, 2011, by Dr. Adrien Nunez. The release indicates that the cause of death was “congestive heart failure due to dilated cardio myopathy.”
Police had previously indicated that foul play was not suspected to have played a part in James’ death and according to the press release, this has been confirmed by the autopsy report.
A work of gratitude was issued to the public for its assistance and it has been indicated that a strengthened working relationship is craved.
“The Commissioner and High Command of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force would like to thank the General Public for their assistance and do look forward to the continued growth in partnership with the community in the fight against Crime.”