On April 1st, at 10:00 pm, a Magog woman called 911 after a man who was not allowed to contact her forced his way into her home. The 34 year-old suspect from Magog turned himself in to the Regie de police Memphremagog (RPM) later and appeared in court the next morning for breaking probation and breaking and entering.
On April 3rd, two people were arrested for drinking and driving. The first was arrested at 1:00 am after a small accident in a parking lot on Principale East, in Magog. The 55 year-old man had his license suspended for ninety days and his vehicle seized for thirty days. The second person was a 41 year-old woman from Sherbrooke who was arrested on Chemin de Magog in Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley. Her license was suspended for ninety days.
Also on April 3rd, around 6:00 pm, a man who was hiding out in a house on Mgr Vel, in Magog, called the RPM. He had been followed by a vehicle that drove into his car on purpose, twice. The suspect driving the vehicle got out of his car and opened the door of the plaintiff’s car and began hitting him. He also took a big rock and through it through the back windshield. A second rock, aimed at the driver, smashed the side window. The suspect then took off and was later arrested by officers with the Sherbrooke police service and brought to Magog to be questioned by the RPM. The 29 year-old man from Sherbrooke appeared in court the next morning to face charges of dangerous driving causing material damages, hit and run, armed assault, making threats, vandalizing a vehicle and assault causing harm. The victim was taken to the hospital in Magog and transferred to the CHUS. The origin of the aggression is suspected to be a ‘love triangle’.