16 charged, 18 arrested in major operation targeting organized crime in Quebec

Sixteen suspects have been charged and 18 have been captured in what specialists call an enormous scope activity focusing on coordinated wrongdoing in Quebec City this end of the week.

Around 100 officials from specific units from different police powers including the RCMP were conveyed. Driven by the Sûreté du Québec (SQ), assaults started Friday night at different foundations in and around the capital city focusing on those associated with clashes between drug-managing road groups and more settled biker factions.

The continuous struggle has brought about a stressing increase in brutality. Episodes incorporated a prisoner taking on Monday in St-Malachie, Que., south of Quebec City. Two individuals with binds to the Hells Holy messengers were supposedly hijacked and tormented and a third individual was killed.

Specialists say the viciousness is connected to a medication dealing an area battle in the Quebec City region, the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean district, the Lower St-Lawrence and the North Shore.According to crown examiners office, nine suspects were charged on Saturday and one more seven on Sunday.

Francis Gauthier-Marcoux, 33, and Bianca Simard were accused of endeavored murder by gun, attack and scheme to perpetrate criminal demonstrations.

Three charges were rested against Andréanne Dominique, 37, Dave Galienne-Picard, 30, Evan Lavoie, 21, and Rémi Fournier, 38, for grabbing, effective imprisonment and exasperated assault.Charlotte Montambault-Vaillancour, 32, was accused of three counts of ownership of medications with the end goal of trafficking.Maxime Maheux, 26, faces two counts of pyro-crime while Nicholas Coté, 45, has been accused of connivance to carry out an indictable offense and incendiarism.

The arraignment protested the arrival of every one of the nine suspects and their cases were delayed until Feb. 28 for additional procedures.

The accompanying seven suspects were charged all through Sunday: Karl Horkheimer Pierre, 26, William Monger Gagnon, 26, David Marceau-Morin, 36, Jean-François Dion, 36, Dereck Morin Martel, 23, James Célestin, 40, and David Marceau-Maillefert, 35.

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