These Are The Victims Of The Fredericton Shooting

Maricruz Casares
Agosto 15, 2018

She attended the Atlantic Police Academy at Holland College and was hired in Fredericton in 2016.

He said he spoke to Raymond to determine how extreme his views were.

"He seemed like a reasonably normal person. He was the only officer I've ever known to write a ticket and have the recipient thank him for it", she said. "He came in every month to pay rent".

Francis, hiding in her apartment with her stepson, said the whole thing ended just before 9 a.m., when a police officer knocked on her door and escorted her from the building.

"We will be updating with any other relevant information when we can".

While little is known about the alleged gunman's potential motives, police have begun piecing together what happened. Bobbie Lee Wright and Donnie Robichaud were also fatally wounded.

He said the apartment complex has four buildings in a square, and it sounded like the shots were coming from the middle of the complex.

Donnie Robichaud, who was killed in the Fredericton shooting. She also said the force would not be releasing photos of the suspect or the civilian victims.

Matthew Vincent Raymond has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder in Friday's shooting.

On Saturday, she tweeted again: "It is very surreal to see your spouse's face all over TV and news outlets and know that that's the only way you'll see him today".

Gaudet said the investigation has been turned over to the RCMP.

Bullet holes riddle an apartment window at the scene of Friday's shooting.

"I was hoping for the two seconds that I was groggy that it was kids blowing off firecrackers", said MacCoubrey in a phone interview from inside his apartment, where he was sitting on the floor away from windows.

"I hear more shots and looked out and there's two police officers on the ground".

Francis said she had been getting her stepson ready for daycare at 7:10 a.m. when she heard police sirens. She could make a police department.

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The next moments were a blur, she said, as she focused on keeping her stepson safe and calm as several more shots were fired, she said.

He said Raymond had been coming in nearly daily for coffee from 2010 up until 2017, when Doyle asked him to find coffee somewhere else.

Jane Abernathy, who lives in Fredericton, said she felt compelled to show her respect.

Fredericton police said Friday night that the city and Red Cross had found lodging for 50 residents unable to return to their homes on Brookside Drive on the city's north side.

That number has now climbed to at least 10 children who lost a parent.

Earlier in the day, Trudeau met privately with the families of the fallen officers and other members of the Fredericton Police Force.

Also Saturday, police issued a statement on behalf of both officers' families.

If the families of Burns and Costello don't want to accept any money raised through his campaign, Pettigrew said the funds could go to whichever victims' families wanted them.

Burns' family has asked for privacy as they continue to grieve, but said in a statement Saturday that Burns loved her job and "went to work each shift committed to serving this great community".

When questioned on gun control, Trudeau said there would be "time to reflect on what we need to be doing to ensure the safety of citizens and their communities".

The three others killed in the violence were Const. Robb Costello, a father of four, Const. Sara Burns, who was married with three children.

Cst. Costello was described as the "single most positive person". He had a special way of dealing with people - fair, but strong and tough when needed.

"He was often heard to say he was a "CFL" - constable for life". "I called 911 and they came and checked on them and they were shot".

Robichaud, 42, had just begun dating Wright, 32, in August.

"It is just unfair, cruel and senseless". "It really surprised me when this all happened".

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