The EIB opened an investigation in Terrebonne

News 8 July, 2017

    QMI agency

    Saturday, July 8, 2017 01:55

    Saturday, July 8, 2017 01:55

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    The Office of the independent surveys (EIB) has opened an investigation after a man of 41 years was thrown out the 2nd story window during a police intervention in Terrebonne, Friday evening.

    According to initial information the EIB, the police would have visited the home of a man who is “disorganized” barricaded in his bathroom, to try to negotiate with him.

    After having heard “a great noise” police would be entered in the room and reportedly found that the man was thrown through the window of the 2nd floor to find himself on a concrete surface.

    Severely wounded, he was transported to the hospital where they do concern not for his life. Ten investigators of the EIB have been tasked to shed light on this incident.

    The EIB has made a call to the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) to act as the body of police support in this investigation. The SQ has provided two forensic identification officers who will work under the supervision of the investigators of the EIB.