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  • Even though there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, Peters said state law requires all unattended deaths to be investigated.

    Pelican man found dead on skiff →

  • Lesher was returning to Pelican from his cabin three miles away when he was reported overdue, Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said.

    Pelican man found dead on skiff →

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