Blair Lyons Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – The body of a man suspected in the death of his wife has been discovered, according to LaSalle police. The Windsor Police Service Marine Unit was alerted by a boater on Monday shortly after 11 a.m. that they had discovered a body in the Detroit River between the Ambassador Bridge and Fighting Island.
According to windsor.ctvnews.ca, The unit arrived and summoned officers of the LaSalle Police Service Criminal Investigation Unit, who were able to confirm that the person who had been arrested was Blair Lyons. Lyons was wanted by police as a homicide suspect and as the subject of a missing person inquiry.
The homicide of Amanda Lyons at her home in LaSalle was investigated by LaSalle police on March 19. According to authorities, Amanda’s husband, Blair Lyons, 34, was found guilty of her killing following an investigation.
Blair Lyons’ truck, a white 2017 GMC 2500 pickup, was discovered abandoned on the Ambassador Bridge early that morning, and authorities recovered video proof suggesting he jumped from the bridge into the Detroit River.