Chief of the Ontario coroner’s office has confirmed. In a shooting in Hamilton’s downtown. The teenage head guitarist victimised was Gord Lewis. That is, over the weekend prior to Ontario’s Forensic Pathology Services says the post mortem examination of Hamilton’s third murder has been completed. As well as identifying Hamilton’s local musician as the murderer.
Undetermined is the reason behind the tragic death of his father. Primarily, due to the ongoing investigation under the direction of Hamilton Police.
Detectives investigating murders have said that. During the medical examinations. Hence, the 65 year old musician, Gord Lewis, was discovered by the Police. That is, at an apartment that is located at Catherine Street near Forest Avenue.
Det. Sgt. Sarah Beck said the victim’s injuries could be caused by an act of violence, but she didn’t provide specifics regarding the specifics of the assault.
The estimated reported time was 2-3 days. That is, the time that the body of Gord Lewis has decayed for.
Charged with the murder in the 2nd degree is Gord Lewis’ son Jonathan.
Police believe that the accused was a resident of the apartment. The person who faced the death penalty owned the flat.
Gord Lewis founded Teenage Head in 1972 with three other students from Westdale High School.
Released in the year 1978 was their debut single, “Picture My Face”
The group would release the gold-selling album “Frantic City” from 1980, which included the smash track “Somethin’ On My Mind.”