1703955744 Retrospective 2023 The Executioner of Lanaudiere gives up the

Retrospective 2023 | The “Executioner of Lanaudière” gives up the ghost before the end of his trial – Mon Joliette

Retrospective 2023 The Executioner of Lanaudiere gives up theRetrospective 2023 The Executioner of Lanaudiere gives up the

Mon Joliette, now a tradition, takes stock of the year 2023 in some news. So here is the month of September, which begins with the end of the saga of the “Executioner of Lanaudière”, Gilles Croze.

The sixty-year-old spent the last days of his life in prison, but was transferred to a CHSLD before his death due to suspected cancer.

In the end, he never received a sentence because he dragged out the trial by changing lawyers several times. 80 charges were brought against Croze, including sexual assault, false imprisonment, indecent assault and threats to kill.

It would have raged for four decades, causing casualties in Joliette, Saint-Charles-Borromée, Sainte-Mélanie, Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Saint-Paul, Varennes, Longueuil, Chambly and Sainte-Brigitte-d'Iberville.

He was arrested on June 4, 2019 in Saint-Charles-Borromée.

One person was arrested after a police operation at a school in Terrebonne

On September 22, at around 1 p.m., the intercommunal police of Terrebonne/Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines/Bois-des-Filion announced that they were looking for a potentially dangerous person found at the Armand-Corbeil secondary school in could be Terrebonne.

He was met by investigators.

The operation ended without anyone being injured.

Terrebonne exceeds the speed limit of 30 km/h on 152 streets in its area

The speed limit on 152 residential streets in the city of Terrebonne has been increased to 30 km/h. Last year, the speed limit was reduced to 30 km/h on 95 other streets in the city.

This speed change is in addition to other speed limitation measures in the area, including more than 375 road markings, 55 permanent speed bumps and 58 educational speed cameras.

Pro Nature is closing its doors

Pronature hunting and fishing store in Notre-Dame-des-Prairies has announced it will close its doors in September.

In a brief summary, the administration thanked its loyal customers and apologized for the inconvenience associated with this closure, which came into effect on October 1.

Pronature was located on 592, Route 131.

A lifeless body found in Berthierville

On September 9, the Sûreté du Québec launched an investigation when it discovered the lifeless body of a man near a burning vehicle.

In fact, emergency services received a call at around 5:30 a.m. to go to Vaudreuil Street to retrieve a burning vehicle. An unconscious person was subsequently found not far from the scene of the fire. However, he was pronounced dead on the spot.

An SQ spokesman confirmed that investigators from the Major Crimes Investigations Unit and two fire safety technicians had arrived to investigate the causes and circumstances of this event.