Thursday, November 5, 2020

Bodies dropping like flies in Quebec - Update II

The Sûreté du Québec are looking for a black, four-door, Infiniti sedan from 2010 to 2012. On the evening of May 10, 2019, Eric Francis de Souza was whacked. The suspect fled on foot without ever being located. A gun, possibly the murder weapon, was found in another nearby restaurant.

Shortly afterwards, a burnt-out white vehicle was discovered near the scene of the murder, on Chemin des Prairies.
Cops now believe that the man killed in a restaurant in Brossard last week is linked to criminal bikers and the drug trade. On May 10, around 10:30 pm, Eric-Francis De Souza was sitting with friends when a gunman burst into Pizzeria Sofia. De Souza was shot in the head and killed.
Lost in the glare of bigger names, trafficker Francis Turgeon was killed in Repentigny on May 8, Eric-Francis De Souza in a pizzeria in Brossard last Friday and safety officer Eric Chabot in Terrebonne. So far police have determined that only the murders of Scoppa and Turgeon are related to organized crime.

Wesley McKenzie, 40, was arrested Friday by the Sûreté du Québec for the murder of Turgeon.
Wesley McKenzie has long been associated with the Hells Angels in ​​Repentigny. He has an extensive criminal history.

Francis Turgeon was said to be involved in the large-scale sale of meth.