December 8, 2022

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Day 2 research at a residence in Saint-Romald

Day 2 research at a residence in Saint-Romald

Investigations that could lead to an investigation into the disappearance of Marilyn Bergeron resumed Thursday morning in Saint-Romuwald, where a man living on the premises was arrested for assaulting a journalist.

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Officers from the Quebec City Police Service (SPVQ) and the Forensic Identification Unit were near the residence at 1092 Chemin du Salt on Thursday morning.

Photo by Jeremy Bernier

A command post was also deployed on site to allow investigators to do their work, but a truck loaded with goods from the residence was stopped nearby.

The SPVQ has not yet confirmed whether the investigation is linked to the disappearance of Marilyn Bergeron. However, the girl’s parents said on Wednesday that they had met with the authorities as part of the expansion.

Photo by Jeremy Bernier

Note that the residence is a few blocks away from the former cafe depot where the young woman last appeared in February 2008.

Listen to the legal history of former Judge Nicole Gibult on QUB Radio :

Yvonne Cote, who lives at the scene, was seen wandering around in her car around the scene set up by police. Frustrated with the media presence, he did not want to give any interview.

When the author of these lines tried to take a photo of the residence, Mr. Kot was violently insulted before physically assaulting him.

VAT photo, Sebastian Dubois

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“Let me see you take my picture Tabernac“, He got out of his car and started before pushing the journalist into the snow bank with both hands.

Police officers who saw the scene immediately intervened and brought the situation under control, with the man displaying a second aggression towards another journalist.

Photo by Jeremy Bernier

Yvonne Cote was arrested following a formal complaint by the Service de Police de la Ville de Lewis (SPVL). His arrest also allowed officers to search his vehicle.