ORMSTOWN: Man charged with murder after allegedly killing his daughter

ORMSTOWN: Man charged with murder after allegedly killing his daughter

A sixty-year-old man has been formally charged with stabbing his 34-year-old daughter to death in Ormstown, Monteregi, yesterday.

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A charge of second-degree murder was filed against Alain Casa, alleging that the alleged actions were not premeditated, according to an indictment document obtained by Newspaper.

Dressed in a blue jacket, the 60-year-old appeared briefly in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield court via video conference. In his brief exchanges with the judge, he remained calm. He is due back in court on May 24 for the start of a preliminary hearing in the case.

Ormstown Murder

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Recall that Sûreté du Québec police officers were called to a residence on Cairns Street around 10:30 a.m. for “an argument between two individuals.”

At that place, they found the lifeless body of a 34-year-old woman. According to our information, Amanda Casa, a young mother of an eight-year-old girl, was stabbed to death. He was pronounced dead at the scene.


A difficult relationship

His father Alain Casa was arrested at the scene. He was taken to a hospital for treatment of minor, non-life threatening injuries. The 60-year-old left the house in handcuffs with blood stains on his white shirt.

According to our information, the suspect had a very difficult relationship with the victim, but the reasons that prompted him to do the irreparable remain a mystery.

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According to her social networks, Amanda Casa worked for a few months at a biotechnology company in Huntington and worked part-time as a waitress at a restaurant in Ormstown.

It is 13e A woman has been killed in the province since the beginning of the year. More than half of them were killed at home.

More details to come…

—Jonathan Tremblay, Clara Loiseau and Maxime Deland with Agence QMI

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