Attempted murder: this ex-aspiring police officer and sentenced to seven years in prison

News 12 July, 2017
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    Nicolas Lachance

    Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:14

    Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:14

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    The ex-aspiring police officer, Vincent Langlois-Laroche, will be 59 months behind bars for attempting to kill his ex-girlfriend in 2014.

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    The judge Chantale Pelletier made this decision this morning at the Palace of justice of Quebec.

    In consideration of the severity of the violations, the planning and the prémiditation, the violence against his ex-spouse, the psychological consequences of the victim and the profile of narcissistic tendencies of the accused, the judge considered that a prison sentence of seven years is appropriate for this former student in police techniques.

    Langlois-Laroche was already detained for more than a year, when he was convicted of attempted murder, threatening death and criminal harassment. Thus, a 25-month period of detention is reduced because of the sentence has already been served.

    In 2014, not digesting, not his recent breakup that he himself had initiated, Langlois-Laroche has harassed his victim and then threaten to kill.

    And, on June 9, 2014, he assaulted her brutally, while his victim finished her shift as a nurse at the CHUL.

    More details to come…