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Sherriff Say No Foul Play in Cole Brings Plenty Death

‘The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe demands a full and thorough investigation into Cole’s disappearance and subsequent death. Our Attorney General will be in contact with the Kansas Authority to ensure this is accomplished,’ the tribe said in a statement to Native News.

The statement offered the tribe’s, ‘deepest sympathy and support to Cole’s family and friends’.

‘He was an exemplary example of what it means to be a good relative and we stand with you in your grief,’ it added.

‘Further, to our young relatives who are students and reside in Lawrence, Kansas, we will provide further information about counseling services for anyone in need of support as information becomes available.’

The actor’s uncle shared a missing persons poster of his nephew on Instagram on April 2, announcing that Cole had been last seen the previous Sunday on Easter night.

Kansas police had issued an affidavit for Cole’s arrest in relation to a domestic violence incident the same day.

Officers received reports of a ‘female screaming for help’ on Sunday morning at an apartment in Lawrence, according to 12News.

It was alleged that Cole had ‘driven away from the scene and was thought to be headed southbound on Highway 59,’ the site claimed.

Coles uncle, Yellowstone star Mo Brings Plenty, 54, shared a missing persons poster of his nephew on Instagram on Tuesday,announcing that Cole had been last seen on Sunday.

Mo’s Yellowstone co-star, Cole Hauser, who portrays Rip Wheeler on the series, also shared the poster on his Instagram, urging followers to provide any information if they have seen Cole since Easter evening in Kansas City

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas announced that Cole’s body was discovered in a wooded area on Friday morning, per KCTV5

Cole, known for his role as sheepherder Pete Plenty Clouds in 1923, was last spotted leaving Lawrence, Kansas, in his car.

The white 2005 Ford Explorer was later picked up near where his body was found on Friday.

Five days after his body was found in Johnson County, deputies say there is no evidence of foul play in the death of “1923’” actor Cole Brings Plenty, according to a news release from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday.

Services to honor Cole Brings Plenty’s life will take place this weekend and next week at Cheyenne Eagle Butte High School in Eagle Butte, S.D., and the Brings Plenty family cemetery in Red Scaffold, S.D.

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