Of remorse, of guilt, of the questions that have intrigued. A woman from Drummondville is in shock since she heard about the death of his neighbor, the victim of a murder Monday.
Linda Sergerie seeing that something unusual seemed to be going in his neighbor Sunday went to her house to inquire about the situation. It is the son of the victim, who told her simply to inch open the door.
“When he cracked open the door, he would have been able to have a gun in the hands, and a knife. If he had me gripped by an arm, will you be back here, I think of it all,” said Ms. Sergerie to VAT New.
“I’ve had the misery to sleep that night. I said to myself that I might be able to save it. I had the dog. (…) I feel like I’m guilty. I’m not good with it,” laments she.
Yesterday morning, the neighbor of Linda Sergerie, a woman of 57 years old was found seriously injured in his home in the rue Pinard. She succumbed to her injuries.
The day before, the fifty-year-old had tried in vain to get help from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) in order to force his son, 33-year-old to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Nancy Roy of the Association of families of persons assassinated or disappeared (AFPAD) regrets what happened in Drummondville.
“We have asked for legislative changes. It is not normal that we would go to knock at a police department, that nothing is to be done and that ultimately it is balance once again by a stolen life,” says Ms. Roy.
It is the Office of the independent surveys (EIB), who leads the investigation as a “civil 57-year-old is dead following a police intervention of the Sûreté du Québec,” said the EIB by press release.
“On July 26, 2020, a woman would have presented around 13: 30 to the position of the Sûreté du Québec to Drummondville, to request the assistance of the police in order to force his son, who would remain with her for the past few weeks, to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, explains the EIB. The police could not assist the lady in its application in the immediate future, it would be then returned to his work.”
Arrested, the victim’s son should face a charge of homicide.