Not enough evidence to accuse him

News 6 February, 2018
  • Photo By Pascal Girard
    The street Paxton has been closed for hours, Tuesday, in order to allow the experts to collect all possible evidence. The murder was committed in this building.

    Frederique Giguere

    Tuesday, 6 February 2018 20:17

    Tuesday, 6 February 2018 20:17

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    Arrested for presumably stabbed to death his spouse on Monday night, in an apartment in the South-West, a woman of 52 years has still not been charged for lack of evidence.

    After being extensively interrogated their suspect, investigators major crime police of Montreal have sent their case Tuesday to the Director of criminal and penal prosecutions (DPCP) in order to be accused of murder.


    However, a prosecutor concluded that the police had not yet collected enough evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt the guilt of the woman in front of a court. The police will continue their investigation in order to flesh out their file.

    The murder occurred on Monday, around 21: 30, in a residential building from the street Paxton, near Guy street, in the neighbourhood of the la Petite-Bourgogne. Following a call to 911, the police officers came to the scene and found a 52 year old man bloody. His death has been found on the site.


    Shortly after, they arrested his wife, who was also in the apartment building.

    Experts in forensic identification and have spent several hours on the scene of the crime to collect all the evidence. The scene was lifted around noon and the street Paxton, closed since the day before, was able to be re-opened to traffic.