Open in full screen mode The Laval Police Department has made an arrest in connection with the murder of a man, at the end of November, on his territory. (Archive photo) The Canadian Press Speech synthesis, based on artificial intelligence, makes it possible to generate spoken text from written text. The police announced Monday the x27;arrest of a 44-year-old man, Sylvain Duchesne, for the murder which was committed during a break-in that occurred in a building on Sainte-Rose Boulevard, in Laval, at the end of the last month. The Laval Police Service (SPL) reports that the suspect appeared at the Laval courthouse last Friday on charges of manslaughter. He will remain in custody and will return to court on January 11. The SPL recalls that on November 29, around 7:25 a.m., employees of a tree pruning company found a lifeless man on the ground. SPL investigative elements quickly made it possible to determine that the death had been caused by a criminal act. SPL investigators The Crimes against the Person squad were able to establish that the suspect broke into the business to steal metals and that the victim caught him in the act. An altercation then allegedly occurred between the two individuals and ended with the death of the victim. LoadingWalkouts continue in Quebec's public sector The walkouts continue in the Quebec public sector ELSE ON INFO: The walkouts continue continue in the Quebec public sector Laval police report that several squads were called upon to assist investigators and arrest the suspect, namely the Équinoxe squad, the Tactical Intervention Group, forensic identification technicians and gendarmerie patrol officers. Post navigation Accused of sexual assault, Dominique Laroche will not escape his trial Food program boosts declining caribou population in B.C.