An ex-police allegedly killed his 9 year old daughter

News 17 March, 2018
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    Rhonda Georgekish, accused

    Axel Marchand-Lamothe

    Friday, 16 march, 2018 23:45

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    A former police officer from a cree community in Northern Quebec has been formally accused of the premeditated murder of his girl Friday.

    Rhonda Georgekish, 32 years old, was “in disarray” when she was arrested, Thursday, after the discovery of the body of her daughter 9 year-old in his home in Wemindji, 850 km north of Val-d’or.

    According to the sergente Marie-Josée Ouellet of the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) officers of the police department of the Eeyou Eenou have made the macabre discovery after driving the woman to a clinic to be treated.

    The SQ was subsequently called in reinforcements to conduct the investigation.

    She was eventually accused of first-degree murder on Friday.

    According to our information, Rhonda Georgekish would have been police to the community until 2015.

    It has not been possible to know the reasons for his departure.

    However, in 2012, she received a plaque in recognition of his police service for ” excellent service “.

    Community devastated

    The residents of the isolated community of about 1500 inhabitants, near the James bay have been severely shaken by the crime.

    “I am not comfortable discussing the situation. It is too difficult, ” said a former colleague of the accused, on the phone.

    Many citizens have abounded in the same sense, when contacted by The Newspaper.

    “This is a terrible tragedy to lose a child. Our community and members of the family will need prayers, love and support “, for its part, mentioned by press release the chief of the band council of Wimindji, Christina Gilpin.

    At the end of the day, the motive for the murder remained to be confirmed by the investigators.

    An autopsy should also be performed to establish the exact circumstances of the death of the little girl.