October 1, 2022

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Fire on organized crime boss in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

A fire broke out in the garage of the home of an influential organized crime boss just months after a series of shootings near his home in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

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Firefighters from this town in Montérégie were called to rue des Trembles between Friday and Saturday at 1:50 p.m. after a fire broke out at the home of influential mobster Gregory Woolley.

The latter is well known for its links with organized crime, including the Montreal Mafia, as well as the Hells Angels and street gangs.

According to our findings, the only damage was to the garage of former reality TV contestant Woolley and his wife Kristelle Hood’s luxury cottage. Floor story.

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle used by the Kingpin during a trip with Hales in May is visible to the right of the garage.

A fire scene technician from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) was, according to our information, asked by firefighters to help determine the cause of the fire.

It is not yet known what caused the fire, whether it was a fire or not. The Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu police department and the city’s fire department did not return our calls and emails on Saturday.

A few months ago, in early May, the Woolley-Huot couple’s house next door was mistakenly targeted. A bullet hole in the front of the store and casings on the floor were found after the explosions.

A few weeks later, new casings were discovered by a resident of a field near the employer’s property.

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According to our sources, everything leads us to believe that Woolley was targeted during the two incidents and that we were trying to send him a message.

A man police consider the “godfather” of Montreal street gangs has been freed after five years in prison. Once he was fully discharged last fall, he returned to the home in his wife’s name, which is listed for sale at $3.8 million.

– With Maxime Deland, QMI Agency and Frédérique Giguère

♦ Diary Also, in July, it was reported that his wife was in the crosshairs of the tax authorities and that a legal mortgage of nearly $80,000 had been registered on the apartment.

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