He breaks his conditions by going to the courthouse

Given to a therapy house by the court to solve his problems of consumption pending the resolution of his many flight records, Michel Durand broke a main condition: that of not using drugs.

A u be back in court on Thursday to make his journey back, Durand was left for the hospital treating poisoning drugs.

Michel Durand was arrested in November 2017 following a series of robberies in residences in western Sherbrooke.

The 52-year-old appeared the next day on 12 counts of thefts and break-ins between September 28 and November 7. He faces more than 25 counts.

He had been detained since November 8th and was assigned to a therapy house this week.

A series of conditions, including not using drugs or alcohol, had been imposed.

Durand was supposed to go to court on Thursday from the therapy house from which he had just gone through a long process. However, he has never fallen back into drugs.

Once at the Sherbrooke courthouse, the intervener went to see defense lawyer Michèle Lamarre-Leroux for legal aid to explain Durand’s absence.

Instead of going to court as planned, Michel Durand relapsed into drug abuse. The consumption of morphine led to his hospitalization.

Justice Paul Dunnigan of the Court of Quebec has issued an arrest warrant against him.

Durand will then return handcuffed in court when he is discharged from hospital.

After his arrest last November, Michel Durand had confessed several other robberies.

In addition to an attempted break-in at Brussels Sprout, he mentioned breaking and entering Galt West, Saint-André, Rosaire, Saint-Gilles and Lisieux streets. At this location, he stole a credit card.

Durand is also charged with credit card theft, use of these credit cards and fraud. He is accused of stealing a stroller on rue de la Montagne.

Michel Durand lives in the area where the robberies were committed.

Brandon Poulin has been declared fit to deal with the court process.

The young man has been charged with a slew of computer luring charges against two teenage girls in Gatineau and Sherbrooke, as well as sexual acts on the teenager last week.

The court ordered that he be assessed on his fitness to appear.

“Following your interview with Dr. Forget, I can conclude that you seem to understand the charges, that you are able to discuss with your lawyer and the possible legal consequences. I declare you fit, “said Judge Paul Dunnigan of the Court of Quebec, Thursday, at the courthouse in Sherbrooke.

Seventeen charges were laid against Brandon Poulin. The 20-year-old has reportedly contacted two teenage girls under the age of 14 on the Internet in recent months. Brandon Poulin is said to have contacted a 13-year-old girl from Gatineau and a 14-year-old from Sherbrooke. He would have held conversations with them sexually.

With the alleged victim of Sherbrooke, he even had a meeting. During this “appointment”, he allegedly committed a sexual assault.

Severe conditions

The judge imposed severe conditions for his release.

The accused will not be able to use the Internet, and all devices providing access to it will not be able to contact the alleged victims or be alone with minors, or in places where there may be persons under 16 and to be within 25 meters of these locations.

He must observe a curfew from 9 pm to 7 am and not consume alcohol or drugs.

An amount of $ 500 has been deposited to ensure compliance with the conditions.

The conditions of release were issued as a result of recommendations contained in the psychiatric report regarding his fitness to appear.

It is Me Jessyca Duval of legal aid who defends the accused, while Me Joanny Saint-Pierre represents the Crown.

The file has been postponed to May 24th.

The charges range from computer luring of minors, sexual touching, sexual assault to sexual contact and the possession, acquisition and production of child pornography.

The actions allegedly occurred between July 2017 and April 2018.

The SPS worked closely with the cybercrime specialists of the Sûreté du Québec in this case. – René-Charles Quirion

Justin Alec Salvatore acknowledged on Thursday the charges related to the possession of a loaded weapon at the Canadian border in early April.
Justin Alec Salvatore acknowledged on Thursday the charges related to the possession of a loaded weapon at the Canadian border in early April.
Guilty of owning a loaded weapon

Justin Alec Salvatore acknowledged on Thursday the charges related to the possession of a loaded weapon at the Canadian border in early April.

The 24-year-old American has convicted of two criminal charges of possession of a loaded firearm and possession of a prohibited weapon, a retractable blade knife, and the charge under the Police Act. immigration from Canada, unlawful entry into the country, before Judge Paul Dunnigan of the Court of Quebec.

Salvatore prowled on foot near the border at Stanstead on Easter Monday with a .380 pistol loaded to the block and with a retractable blade knife. It was the appeal of a citizen of Derby Road in Stanstead on April 2nd at around 3:00 pm to arrest Justin Alec Salvatore.

RCMP constables from the nearby RCMP quickly met the suspect individual.

The 24-year-old ranger from Colorado Springs Colorado had a backpack and was walking. He said he came from Montreal and met people in Magog.

He identified himself with his driver’s license, but did not have a passport on him. It was impossible for the RCMP to confirm his port of entry into Canada, so he was arrested for illegally entering the country.

It was as a result of his search that a semi-automatic KEL-TEC P-3AT handgun loaded with six other bullets into the magazine and the retractable blade knife were found on him.

His lawyer Alexandre Fleurent of the legal aid specified that his client had the right to own this weapon in Colorado where he is from.

A pre-sentence report was requested by the defense on the record given the absence of a criminal record in Canada.

“My client faces a significant sentence of detention. It is important that a pre-sentence report can be made in the file, “said Fleurent.

There has been no minimum sentence since this provision was struck down by the Supreme Court of Canada.

Comments on the sentence will take place on June 12.

Justin Alec Salvatore does not have a criminal record in Canada. He is, however, the subject of an arrest warrant in a case of masked armed robbery at a Colorado Springs convenience store. – René-Charles Quirion

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