Son is indicted for murder in the death of an ex-Alaska legislator

JUNEAU (AP) – A grand jury indicted the son and former Alaska legislator on murder, manslaughter, evidence tampering, and indictment in the death of Dean Westlake, former state Rep.

Tallon W. Westlake was detained earlier in the month. On Monday, the State Department of Law released an indictment.

Tallon Westlake was initially charged with manslaughter, evidence tampering and murder.

A charge document was filed by the department August. 21 stated that police discovered that Tallon Westlake lived in a property owned by Dean Westlake and that he had stopped paying rent. Police were informed that Dean Westlake intended to expel him.

According to the charge document, officers found blood on Dean Westlake’s hands, feet and face. The document also stated that police found a heavy bleach smell in Dean Westlake’s apartment, as well as wet floors that looked like they had been freshly mopped.

An electronic mail was sent asking for comments to Tallon Westlake’s attorney, who is listed in an online court record system.

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