Deaths of three men tied to previous shooting: police
BOUCHERVILLE, Que. — Police are saying the deaths of three men in a residence south of Montreal are connected to a shooting north of the city that left two people in critical condition. A police spokesman said today the two incidents are linked and possibly the result of a family dispute. A man in his 50s and a 30-yearold woman were shot around 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the office of a law firm in Terrebonne. Officers then discovered the bodies of the three men just in a Boucherville home that had been set ablaze. Authorities say traces of a fire accelerant were found at the scene. Longueuil police were contacted by a woman fearing for relatives in the red-brick, semidetached home.