Longueuil police were called to the area of Curé-Poirier Boulevard and Adoncour on December 4th at around 6am where they found a 22 year old man suffering from a stab wound to the chest.
A 26 year old man called 911 and was found a few blocks away with a stab wound to the back. The two men were rushed to hospital, while the third victim brought himself to hospital with a stab wound to the upper body.
The 22 year old man died of his injuries, the other two men are expected to survive their injuries.
Montreal police were called to the Esso gas station on St-Jean-Baptiste Boulevard and Sherbrooke Street at around 11pm on December 4th on report of an incident.
Police arrived to find a 49 year old woman who had been waiting for her daughter to finish her shift at the gas station suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper body. The woman was rushed to hospital where she died from her injury.
Police found the victims crashed car a few blocks away. Moments later a 911 call was received by a 64 year old man who had sustained a non life threatening gunshot wound to the leg by a man who demanded his car keys.
After a lengthy chase Longueuil police force arrested the man at the Dix30 shopping center.
Police originally thought Darius Brown died in a robbery gone wrong, but as the investigation progressed it has been revealed the a sharp object played part in the death. The altercation took place on November 17th near the corner of Westminster Ave. and Westover Rd. at around 7:45pm.
Police have not said if the 17 year old boy was stabbed of if he fell on the object, however the death of the teen is being treated as a homicide.
Police apprehended an important witness, on November 18th and are holding him for questioning.
More to come…
If convicted the Crown is seeking an adult sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 to 25 years.