The body of Hélène Martineau, missing since April 2017, has still not been found. Investigators from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) have conducted some sweeps and collection of information in 2018, but this has not yet been given.
The same unhappy conclusion to Cédric Gouillart, missing since the end of the month of may 2018 in the area of Portage-des-Roches, Laterrière. Many battered have been carried out by the police of Saguenay, SQ and volunteers, but without success. The man had left the family home after a lively discussion.
The mayor accused
The mayor of Roberval, Sabin, meanwhile, has been accused of driving while intoxicated for an incident which occurred in June 2018. It would be a second offense in such matters.
The Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) will have to compensate a motorist who is injured in déneigeant his vehicle. The court believed that this was an accident and should be covered by the SAAQ, because this could have happened to the person while she was in the edge of the road.
Steeve Duchesne, was sentenced to three years in prison for having cheated and abused financially 14 ex-colleagues from the factory-Waterfalls-Fjord Cell of Jonquière of a sum of 567 800 $.
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Thanks to Google
A thief was pinned through Google, after having used his Gmail account on the computer that he had stolen. The police have asked the california firm to provide them with information and were able to find Michael Bilodeau.
Another individual has been caught after having stolen the contents of the safe, at the club de golf Saguenay Arvida. The ex-employee used his access code to enter the building.
132 000 cigarettes
Marcel Poitras was sentenced to a fine of 69 982 $ for having bought 132 000 contraband cigarettes on a first nations reserve near Montreal.
The ex-financial advisor Steeve Duchesne has been sentenced to three years in prison for having deceived 14 ex-colleagues at the Cascades factory-FjordCell of Jonquière, for a sum of 567 800 $.
He had promised substantial gains on the investments. It was rather the opportunity to make the beautiful life.
The victims were able to recover 120 000 $.
After 80 years of presence in Chicoutimi, the offices of the Royal canadian mounted police of Canada have closed their doors in recent months.
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Close to the RCMP
The position of the royal Canadian mounted police (RCMP) Chicoutimi has closed its doors after 80 years of operation.
The ex-city councilman Bernard Noël had to do 100 hours of community work after pleading guilty to a charge of fraud of 4400 $ for a trip to Nice at the expense of taxpayers. Stéphane Bégin