A street gang member was killed in Laval

A street gang member was killed in Laval

A member of a violent gang was shot and killed early Thursday morning in a commercial parking lot in Laval's Saint-Martin district.

The 29-year-old man was reportedly killed in his car parked in a parking lot located on the edge of the highway 440 service road near the intersection of Curé-Labelle Boulevard.

The burnt-out vehicle was found a short time later, 10 kilometers from the crime scene, on Avenue Jean-Bordon in the borough of Ahansic-Cartierville in Montreal.

Eric Peters / QMI Agency

According to our information, this could be the car used by the murder suspects, which may have been set on fire to hide evidence.

According to multiple police sources, the murdered man was Frédérick Michel, 24, a member of the gang, the red street gang in Laval's Saint-François district.

Frédéric Michel was due to return to class this Thursday at the Saint-Jérôme court in a case of breach of conditions.

The victim was well-known to police circles, particularly for drug offenses and forgery.

The 24 gang has been at the center of conflict for years with another red loyalist gang from Laval, the Flame Head Boys (FHB).

Because the murder was related to organized crime, the investigation initially opened by the Laval police was transferred to the Sûreté du Québec.

No one has been arrested in this case yet.

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