AN inquest into a man who was found hanging from a tree in Gwynedd heard that he had been arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images a few weeks before his death.
Forty-one-year-old Dave Rafiq Carlton-Brewer was found dead on May 25 of last year, in woodland near Bangor marina.
An inquest heard how a post mortem examination showed he had 139mg of alcohol in his system along with antidepressant medication – Sertraline.
A written personal statement was read to the court by Mr Carlton-Brewers girlfirend Charlotte Maloney.
In the statement, the inquest heard how Mr Carlton-Brewers was an offshore technical engineer originally from Lincolnshire, but had moved to Bangor with her.
The inquest heard how he had become anxious and worried after losing his job.
Mr Carlton-Brewers body was found, hanging from a tree by a dog walker on May 25, 2020.
Katie Sutherland – acting Senior coroner concluded Mr Carlton-Brewer died by his own actions.
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