Two men were arrested Wednesday following an investigation into a double homicide in a Longueville parking lot nearly two weeks ago.
Tatiana Isabel Sanchez, a 22-year-old woman, and Christopher Campagnolo, 19, were charged with second-degree murder and accessory after the fact in Longueuil court Wednesday afternoon.
The man celebrated his 19th birthday a week ago.
“If I could say something, it would be very sad that so young people have made such a big mistake. It’s a real shame that young people like them are involved,” laments Bernadette Ouellette, a relative of one of the victims, Sophie Langelier.
Mrs. Langelier, a 42-year-old mother, and her husband Ahmed Khader, 34, died on September 23 in Longueuil following a violent attack in the parking lot of a shopping center on rue Lyon.
According to several witnesses, just after 8 p.m., both victims were riddled with multiple bullets.
Without an answer
Some of Sophie Langelier’s family members and friends, including her cousin and her son, were at the Longueville courthouse this afternoon hoping to better understand the circumstances surrounding the tragic event.
“I would say it’s a relief that people have been arrested, but we still have a lot of unanswered questions,” the victim’s relative added.
The police know
Tatiana Isabel Sanchez is well known to police.
She has committed many crimes in recent years.
In September 2019, he pleaded guilty to a charge of procuring a 15-year-old girl.
At the time, she argued herself in court that she had a broken childhood and never got the love she needed.
Detained at the Longueuil police station, the two accused appeared remotely.
They will be held until their next court date on Nov. 18, said Mee Simon Lacoste, criminal and sentencing attorney for the Longueville Judicial District.
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