Murder attempt at Bromont in December: two suspects arrested

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Two suspects have been arrested in connection with the attempted murder occurred at the exit of a bar in Bromont, Montérégie, in mid-December.

One of two suspects arrested is a man 24 years old, from Farnham. He was arrested in Montreal on Friday at around 16: 20, referred to the Sûreté du Québec in a press release in the evening. He should appear via telephone on Saturday, and in person on Monday, at the courthouse in Granby. He should face a charge of attempted murder, referred to the SQ.

The other suspect is an individual of 20 years old, Sainte-Catherine. He was arrested in the evening of 10 January in Longueuil. He was released on a promise to appear in court at a later date.

“Other charges could be added, notably in the field of firearms,” added the SQ in its press release.

On 16 December last year at around 00: 40 a.m., a 22 year old male was found seriously injured by a projectile from a firearm outside a bar on the boulevard Bromont, Bromont.

“The victim, […], always occurs at the hospital in a serious condition”, has pointed to the police Friday evening.

In the days following the event, “Le Journal de Montréal” had revealed that the victim is a resident of Granby, by the name of Luis Cardona. He celebrated his 22nd birthday at bar La P’tite grenouille when he was drawn outside by individuals. It was later found, lying on the ground, severely wounded in the head. Depending on what was learned the newspaper, he was placed in an induced coma because of the presence of fragments of bullet in his skull.