This is to inform you that a police officer from the Quebec Provincial Police lost his life during an attempted arrest. The victim who died during the attempted arrest was known as Maureen Breau. However, the Quebec Provincial Police officer was not the only one killed during the attempted arrest, as the suspect was also killed in the incident. Ever since this news broke, people have been curious as to what really happened in Louiseville, Que. where a police officer and a suspect were killed and a senior police officer was injured. Some questions prevail in people’s minds, which have been answered in the following sections. Kindly switch to the following sections and read this column to the end. Scroll down the page and take a look below.
Who was Maureen Breau?
This incident was a matter of Monday night when Provincial Police officers came to arrest a suspect in a residence. But Maureen Breau was stabbed to death in Louiseville, Quebec, near Trois Rivires. It was reportedly around 8:30 p.m. when Sgt. Maureen Breau was stabbed to death. She succumbed to fatal puncture wounds. However, a senior police officer was also injured in the incident. He keep reading this column and learn what happened next.
Isaac Brouillard Lessard was shot dead by the Sûreté du Québec
Provincial Police said two more police officers were dispatched to the address and shot the suspect dead. Who was the suspect and what was his identity? According to the sources, the suspect was identified as Issac Brouillard Lessard, who stabbed Sergeant Maureen Breau and one other police officer. Maureen Breau and another police officer reportedly went to an apartment to try to arrest suspect Issac Brouillard Lessard, who had run-ins with the Provincial Police. Isaac Lessard was recently charged with assault and making multiple threats. Please scroll down the page and learn more about this incident.
In 2021, Issac Lessard was found guilty of the charges, but was released on bail, given two years of probation, and assigned 200 hours of community service. However, he was found not guilty of his actions in three separate court proceedings. Speaking of the police officer who died during the attempted arrest of Isaac Lessard, Maureen Breau had more than 20 years of experience working with SQ. Louisville Mayor Yvon Deshaies said: “The Red Cross is caring for the people who live in the building at a motel where they will stay until investigators finish examining the scene.”