June 26, 2022
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Cause Of Death For Grand Forks Prosecutor’s Daughter Released

(Richland County, MT) — The cause of death for a Grand Forks prosecutor’s daughter is being released. A death certificate issued Friday in Richland County, Montana lists Katelynn Berry’s cause of death as hypothermia. The certificate said the hypothermia was a result of “walking outside without proper clothing for inclement weather.” Berry’s family wrote in a Facebook post that they are left without answers as to the circumstances surrounding her death, but will pray that they are able to learn more. Berry had last been seen at her residence in Sidney, Montana on December 21st, and her body was found on January 20th by volunteer searchers. Police say her cellphone was found inside her residence, she didn’t have a vehicle, and was known to walk away from her home.

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