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A two-time convicted murderer has escaped from a minimum security institution north of Montreal

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A two-time convicted murderer has escaped from a minimum security institution north of Montreal

SAINT-ALPHONSE-RODRIGUEZ, QUE. —
A 51-year-conventional convicted of two counts of execute escaped within the early evening on Wednesday from a minimum security institution the place he was being held about an hour and a half north of Montreal.

The Correctional Provider of Canada (CSC) explained that at approximately 6 p.m., inmate David Everett Alexson was considered by staff leaving the premises of the Waseskun Healing Centre, in Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez, in Quebec’s Lanaudiere status.

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The event was immediately communicated to the Quebec provincial police (SQ) and an arrest warrant was issued against him.

Alexson is 5’6″ (1.7 metres) tall and weighs 183 kilos (83 kg). He has brown eyes and black hair. He has a scar on his fair hand and one on his left arm as successfully as several tattoos on each arms, chest and back.

He is serving an indefinite detention center sentence for each counts of 2d-level execute, as successfully as arson, escape from legal custody, assault of a peace officer, intentional detention center break and break and enter.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Alexson is asked to contact the SQ or dial 911.

The CSC will conduct an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the escape.

The Waseskun Healing Centre is an Indigenous organization affiliated with CSC and the Correctional Companies of Quebec (CSQ). Its mission is to facilitate the healing of Indigenous offenders in explain to promote their profitable reintegration into their families, communities and nations.

— this picture by The Canadian Press was first revealed Feb. 11, 2021. 

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A two-time convicted murderer has escaped from a minimum security institution north of Montreal