Open in full screen mode Ali Ngarukiye's lawyer, Me Elfriede Duclervil, as she leaves the courtroom. (Archive photo) Radio-Canada Voice synthesis, based on artificial intelligence, allows you to generate spoken text from written text. The man who attacked an officer of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) in January 2021 in the Parc-Extension sector was found guilty of all the charges against him, Wednesday, at the Palais de justice of Montreal. Ali Ngarukiye was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, disarming a police officer, discharging a firearm and theft of car. The man in his early twenties brutally attacked Officer Sanjay Vig during a traffic stop on January 28, 2021. He disarmed the officer and fired his service weapon before fleeing the scene . This attack led the police to mistakenly arrest Mamadi III Fara Camara, a driver who was at the scene of the attack. Mr. Camara was accused of attempted murder and detained for six days, before being released by the court a few days later. LoadingCeasefire in Gaza: liberal elected officials between “relief” and “disappointment” Ceasefire in Gaza: liberal elected officials enter “relief” and “disappointment” ELSELSE ON INFO: Ceasefire in Gaza: liberal elected officials between “relief” and “disappointment” Ali Ngarukiye was arrested almost two months later, on March 25, in Toronto where he was known to authorities for a history of fraud. This are DNA traces left at the crime scene in Montreal, which led investigators to him. But Ali Ngarukiye is not done with justice. He must also answer for the second degree murder of his cellmate, André Lapierre, at the Rivière-des-Prairies detention center, in June 2021. Post navigation Bear euthanized after being injured by construction equipment Quebecer accused of human trafficking in B.C.