A Regina woman continues to fight for a meeting with police over the results of her son’s coroner’s report.
Richelle Dubois has been parked outside the Regina Police Station since Monday night in an attempt to have her questions answered.
Her 14-year old son, Haven Dubois was found dead in a creek in May 2015, and according to the coroner’s report, his death was accidental and drug use was a significant factor.
Dubois says since then she’s been treated unfairly because she’s First Nation.
“I think, yeah, it could be raciaclly motivated. I feel I was mistreated, I feel that I was given the run around, I feel that I wasn’t taken seriously because I’m First Nation.”
She says there may be new information and evidence that should be investigated.
“It totally is suspicious. I got a Facebook message this week from somebody, I’m not going to say who right now, but some more information that totally contradicts the coroner’s report.”
The Regina Police Service says it has had at least two discussions with Dubious in the past and has plans to meet with her next week.
They say they will be releasing the police report into her son’s death, but certain things will have to omitted to protect the people’s identity.