This article is all I could find in the Fairbanks and Anchorage newspapers for the two weeks after his death.
From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, March 25, 1950, front page
Healy Man Found Dead From Shots
Luis Mocha, 58, was found dead in his locked room at Healy yesterday.He had been shot to death with a .38 Colt revolver.George Sullivan, investigating deputy, told the marshal'd office in Fairbanks that the death wound was apparently self-inflicted, according to a report for Jack Buckley, chief deputy marshal.
Mocha, at the time of his death, was employed by the Alaska railroad.Formerly a merchant seaman, he was a member of the American Legion at Anchorage.He was a painter by trade.
His only known survivors are amother and sister in Czechoslovakia.The body is being sent to Anchorage for burial.No inquest was held at Healy, Buckley said.