No charges for officers in handling of harassment case that ended in teen's murder
Daphne Boudreault, 18, was killed after telling police she feared for her safety.
There will be no charges against the officers of the Richelieu-St-Laurent police department in connection with their handling of a harassment case that ended with a murder.
Daphne Huard-Boudreault, 18, was stabbed to death in March 2017.
She had requested a police officer accompany her to her former home in Mont St-Hilaire as she sought to retrieve items.
Huard-Boudreault's request was apparently refused with officers allegedly telling her that her ex would soon calm down.
She then entered the apartment under the belief that her former boyfriend was not home, but it turned out he was inside.
Anthony Pratte-Lops is accused of stabbing Huard-Boudreault multiple times, killing her minutes before police arrived.
He faces first-degree murder charges.