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Friday, 26 March 2010

Cheryl Bailey, the mother of Ducarme Joseph’s five children, was arrested last Friday and faces a charge of possession of a prohibited weapon

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Cheryl Bailey, the mother of Ducarme Joseph’s five children, was arrested last Friday and faces a charge of possession of a prohibited weapon – a silencer that was found in the apartment she shared with Joseph.The Crown did not object to Bailey’s release on bail on Thursday, providing she not speak to or visit Joseph while the two await their trial.However, Bailey, 41, decided to challenge those conditions.
Communication bans are common practice for co-defendants – even if they are spouses, said prosecutor Anne-Marie Otis, "except, because they have five children together … for the purpose of medical emergency for the child."Bailey will return to court for a bail hearing on Friday.On Monday, Joseph pleaded guilty to charges he breached his bail conditions by associating with individuals named by the court. He was also charged with being in possession of a prohibited weapon — the silencer that was found in his apartment.According to court documents filed by police, Ducarme Joseph is a reputed street gang leader. (CBC)Joseph, 41, whom police have called the most dangerous street gang member in Montreal, was ordered to remain behind bars pending his upcoming trial on assault charges related to a previous incident.During his bail hearing on Monday, police detectives said Joseph is the leader of the 67 gang, named after a bus route in Montreal’s Saint-Michel district, and affiliated with the Crips gang, also known as the Blues.Just 90 minutes after he fled his boutique through a back door, Joseph met with a hitman to plot revenge, the detectives said.Investigators believe Joseph was the intended target of the attack at the Flawnego boutique. Police have speculated that the professionally executed slayings were an act of retaliation connected to the criminal underworld.Police sources have said the incident, which created a stir in an area popular with tourists, may be related to the slaying of Nick Rizzuto Jr., who was gunned down in December. Rizzuto was the son of the reputed head of the Montreal mafia, Vito Rizzuto.Vito Rizzuto is currently in a medium-security prison in Colorado, serving a 10-year sentence for racketeering in connection with three murders in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1981.

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