October 28, 2021

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Amber Warning: Tensions are high in Saint-Paul

Amber Warning: Tensions are high in Saint-Paul

Tensions have risen in the village of Saint-Paule because his son Jake may have been armed even three days after David Kote was kidnapped.

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“I live here alone. It’s holding me to the highest level, especially since we said he was a gunman. I feel so hurt …” Jocelyn Pelletier sighed, her voice breaking in tremo and her face drenched with tears.

Recall that Sûreté du Québec (SQ) founded on Thursday that a fugitive targeted with an AMBER alert since the kidnapping of a 3-year-old toddler was looking for equipment in chalets in the area.

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M.To me Pelletier is particularly concerned because she has a sugar shake not far from her home. And this, even if the patrols regularly visit the buildings in the area, check to see if the person is there.

“I did not dare to see if anything went wrong and I will spend my days with my daughter. It reassures me,” she said.

Jocelyn Pelletier is concerned because she has a sugar shake a short distance from her home in St. Paul.  Although patrols regularly visited buildings in the area to check for the presence of David Cote.

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Jocelyn Pelletier is concerned because she has a sugar shake a short distance from her home in St. Paul. Although patrols regularly visited buildings in the area to check for the presence of David Cote.

Jocelyn Pelletier was not the only one on her guard. Although many residents were evacuated, Newspaper Many of those who remained in the municipality were found to be concerned. CISSS du Boss-Saint-Laurent also sent some social workers in support of the local population.

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“We have now systematically locked our doors. And for as long as we can [les autorités] If that doesn’t happen, it’s still a way to get more involved with the expat community here. ”

Nelson Murray and Sarah Blanchett are with their grandson Liam.  These Saint-Paule residents are concerned that David Cote may still be hiding in the nearby woods.

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Nelson Murray and Sarah Blanchett are with their grandson Liam. These Saint-Paule residents are concerned that David Cote may still be hiding in the nearby woods.

According to village mayor Pierre Dugre, a few kilometers south of Matane, there is currently a “climate of tension” in Saint-Paule. He invited people to restrict their movements and not to endanger themselves by going to their hunting camp or their chalet.

“Actually everyone is scared, we can’t help it,” he stressed. At the moment we do not know David Cote’s state of mind, how far he is ready to go … ”

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Mayor Pierre Dugre believes there is currently an “atmosphere of tension” in Saint-Paulo. He urged people to limit their travel and not to endanger themselves by going to their hunting camp or cottage.

Some citizens, however, said they were reassured by the existence of law enforcement to some degree from their residence. “But we’re still careful,” Gilles Fornier said.

There is a main artery in the center of the municipality, which is said to be occupied by helicopters, quad patrollers, dog handlers, equestrian teams and even an armored vehicle.

Jake Cote, 3, who was kidnapped by his father David and has been missing for four days, is said to have become chaotic after authorities intervened in his family unit.

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Sûreté du Québec, who has been conducting his research day and night since Tuesday, says he is doing everything in his power to find the two of them alive.