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Saturday, 20 March 2010

arrested Joseph Ducarme , the owner of a clothing shop in Old Montreal where two people were killed in a shooting


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arrested Joseph Ducarme , the owner of a clothing shop in Old Montreal where two people were killed in a shooting Thursday. Montreal police Constable Anie Lemieux confirmed a man who was at the shooting scene Thursday was arrested Friday for breach of bail conditions.The man was arrested for being with known criminals, which was forbidden under the terms of his bail. Media reports said Ducarme was arrested but Lemieux would not confirm that it was in fact Ducarme.Lemieux said the suspect would appear in court Saturday. She said police are still looking for suspects in the shooting as well as witnesses who may have relevant information about the case.
Police patrollers were also fanning out in Old Montreal Friday to reassure business owners and residents following the gangland-style shooting at a St. Jacques St. W. boutique Thursday that left two dead and two injured.The shooting seems to have been a planned hit, and not a random event, Montreal police Constable Anie Lemieux said.
It had all the appearances of a "settling of accounts," Lemieux said.Three of the four victims, whose ages ranged from 27 to 59, were known to police, she said. The upscale boutique where the shooting took place had also come to police attention in the past, she added.Investigators are still searching for two suspects who opened fire Thursday afternoon at FlawNego, a shop owned by Joseph Ducarme, who is believed to be tied to a street gang. Ducarme's bodyguard, Peter Christopoulos, 27, and an unidentified man were killed. Two other men were injured.One of the victims, who is still recovering in the hospital, was an electrician who was working in the store at the time, according to media reports.Ducarme, who managed to escape out a back door, will soon be interviewed by investigators, if he hasn't already spoken to them, Lemieux said early Friday afternoon.


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