Charged with attempted murder in February

Charged with attempted murder in February

Holly-Ann Warren was charged with attempted murder, assault with a weapon and death threats before Judge Claire Desgens of the Court of Quebec at the Sherbrooke courthouse.

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René-Charles Quirion La Tribune An attempted murder that dates back to downtown Sherbrooke last February was brought to the attention of the courts on Tuesday.

Holly-Ann Warren was charged with attempted murder, assault with a weapon and death threats before Judge Claire Desgens of the Court of Quebec at the Sherbrooke courthouse.

The 45-year-old woman allegedly committed the most serious acts with which she is accused on February 25.

During an altercation with her spouse at the time in a context of drug consumption, plates were thrown in the accommodation where the altercation occurred.

At one point, Holly-Ann Warren grabbed a knife and then allegedly stabbed the man who was with her in the abdomen and then in the chest.

“We had difficulty getting the victim's version in this case. There was little collaboration so that the investigators could establish the context in this affair, explains the spokesperson of the Service de police de Sherbrooke, Martin Carrier.

The events of February 25 followed another armed attack.

Holly-Ann Warren has also been charged with assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm for an episode that occurred on February 23.

A charge of theft from the Super C last September has also been filed.

Holly-Ann Warren was arrested on Camirand Street on Monday at noon.

“We were at this point in our investigation. The suspect was questioned before appearing, ”said the spokesperson for the SPS.

It is Me Louis Fouquet who represents the public prosecutor in this case.

He opposed the release of Holly-Ann Warren.

The latter will remain in detention at least until Thursday, when defense lawyer Julie Beauchemin postponed the case.

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