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Stopped after 24 hours of freedom

The Baieriverain Nicolas Cote will able to enjoy his freedom for long. Barely 24 hours after getting out of prison, the individual was arrested drunk driving and possession of more than 1,000 tablets of methamphetamine.

Side of the St. Jean Baptiste Blvd. in La Baie, saw Ms. Mélanie Paré, Crown, filing charges of driving while impaired, possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking and breakage probation.

Individuals 39 years is a regular court. In fact, since its passage to adulthood, he multiplied the crimes of all kinds.

The client of Mr. Charles Cantin pleaded guilty in 2004 to charges of hit and run, driving while impaired, robbery, assault with a knife, with obstructing police, mischief and he fled from the pavilion of addiction in Shawinigan, while he was in therapy while awaiting sentencing.

But Côté is failing to justice … for nine years. When the time came to receive his sentence, he was out of the Chicoutimi courthouse.

Instead, he had gone the way of the West. He has worked, criminally, in British Columbia and Alberta. In these two provinces, he was sentenced to imprisonment without the authorities do not try to link or to check whether he had criminal records in Quebec.

And it was not until 2013 that Cote returned to the province. He had found a job in a farmhouse. It did not take long to commit further escapades, because he stole the car from his employer and caused an accident. He fled, but was intercepted by the police, not do without their threats, he commits assault and obstructing police work.

On his return to the court in November 2013, he was sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Saturday morning, he had hardly see the sun. He was arrested on the parking lot of McDonald’s restaurant drunk and with over 1,000 methamphetamine tablets in the back seat of the vehicle.

Mr. Cantin set the freedom Fitness investigation Tuesday, June 14

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