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Sunday, 30 May 2010

Canadian Immigration Report: Black Dodge van linked to Ducarme Joseph case

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Canadian Immigration Report: Black Dodge van linked to Ducarme Joseph case: "Two slain in clothing boutique. Police scour Pointe aux Trembles for leads on possible getaway vehicle
The investigation into a double slaying carried out inside a clothing boutique in Old Montreal in March brought homicide investigators to a condominium building in Pointe aux Trembles yesterday as police released new information in the case.

About 20 members of the Montreal police conducted a door-to-door campaign early yesterday at an intersection near the eastern tip of the Montreal Island. The site was about 20 kilometres east of where two men were killed, and another two were injured, in a shooting March 18 inside the Flawnego clothing boutique on St. Jacques St. W.

The boutique is owned by Ducarme Joseph, 42, a former street gang leader who is believed to have been the intended target in the shooting.

Joseph is thought to have been inside the boutique at the time but slipped away unharmed.

Several police sources have said a path they are pursuing is that the March 18 shooting is tied to the December slaying of Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto Jr., the son of reputed Mob boss Vito Rizzuto."

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