No charges in police shooting of Beaudoin

CALEB NICKERSON
DANFORD LAKE May 28, 2019
Quebec’s Director of Penal and Criminal Prosecutions (DPCP) announced on May 28 that they would not lay charges against the officer that shot and killed Danford Lake resident Dennis Beaudoin on Dec. 28, 2017.
This comes following a report on the incident by the province’s independent bureau of investigation (BEI), which is tasked with reviewing any cases of death during a police intervention.

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