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Murder in Sherbrooke: Steeve Gilbert appeared

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The suspect arrested Friday in the stabbing murder of a 52-year-old man on Gillespie Street appeared in court Saturday afternoon.

For now, Steeve Gilbert, 44, faces a charge of armed assault on another victim of the events that occurred on the night of Thursday to Friday.

According to the Sûreté du Québec, the charges concerning the homicide will be laid later, at the beginning of next week. Steeve Gilbert will return to the Sherbrooke courthouse on Tuesday.

Until then, the 44-year-old man remains detained. He surrendered himself to the police on Friday afternoon.

The Office of Independent Investigations is looking into him also on this matter. Five investigators were dispatched to the scene on Friday to shed light on the intervention of the Sherbrooke Police Department.

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Last September, Steeve Gilbert made the x27;the subject of a national arrest warrant since he was in “illegal liberty”. He was arrested a few days later on Gillespie Street, in Sherbrooke.

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