No charges against Karine Major, this woman from Rimouski who had fled to Saskatchewan in may

News 15 December, 2017
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    Stephanie Gendron

    Friday, 15 December 2017 12:46

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    RIVIÈRE-DU-LOUP – The chemist from Rimouski who had disappeared from his home last may before being found in Saskatchewan eight days later will not be accused of public mischief.

    The disappearance of Karine Major, had made a great noise throughout the province. The young woman had never presented his work on may 9. A video had been circulated in the media, showing concern while she was withdrawing money at an atm. Her family had always believed impossible that it is part of its own accord.

    After eight days, Karine Major had been found, without his vehicle, Saskatchewan. On the spot, she would have at this time said to have been removed, before changing your mind. The police had arrested for public mischief because she had done is initiate an investigation unnecessarily.

    The director of criminal and penal prosecutions (DPCP) concludes that there will be no charges against Karine Major, has learned The Newspaper.

    “The DPCP conducted a complete investigation of all the evidence. All the facts have been considered, as well as the notion of criminal intent,” said Jean-Pascal Boucher, a spokesperson for the director of criminal and penal prosecutions, who will also make no further comment on the case.