David Pastrick Obituary, Death – David J. Pastrick, the coroner for Lake County, has made an unmistakable identification of the man who was killed on Saturday when a grenade exploded at his home in Lake of the Four Seasons. Lake of the Four Seasons was the location where the event took place. Bryant Niedert, who was 47 years old, was the subject of a notification released on Sunday by the office of the coroner stating that an autopsy will be performed on him.
The hand grenade was found by the Niedert family on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. when they were going through the things of their grandfather at a property located in the 3400 block of West Lakeshore Drive, according to comments made by Sheriff Oscar Martinez to The Times. The comments were made to the newspaper by Martinez. The members of the family were sorting through the things that their grandfather had left behind.
Niedert was killed as a direct result of the explosion that was created by the grenade, and both his son, who was 14 years old at the time, and his daughter, who was 18 years old at the time, were sent to the hospital for treatment of shrapnel injuries. Martinez stated on Sunday that the authorities are looking into whether or not one of the family members removed the pin from the grenade, whether or not the weapon may have gone off due to its advanced age, or whether or not any other reasons may have been involved.
Martinez claimed that the investigation is ongoing. Martinez also claimed that officials are investigating whether or not any other factors may have been involved in the incident. Martinez said that the investigation is ongoing. In an earlier comment, he seemed to imply that the plug had already been taken out of the socket.