Two suspects in Tricia Boisvert killing now in police custody

first_imgAPTN National NewsPolice say the last man wanted in connection to the January death of Tricia Boisvert, a metis woman from Montreal, turned himself into police Thursday.James Boucher, 31, is charged with accessary after the fact and committing an indignity to a human body said Montreal police.The accused killer Philippe Steele-Morin, 30, was apprehended earlier this week in the Ottawa area and he is charged with second-degree murder in the Jan. 17 killing of Boisvert, 36.Police said she was likely killed her in Montreal apartment, but her body was found several days later north of Ottawa in Quebec.The arrests of Boucher and Steele-Morin ended a manhunt that lasted over a month.Boisvert had lived in Gatineau, Que. for several years prior to living in [email protected]last_img