Sommer Boudreau Obituary, Death – It has been established that the woman who passed death as a result of the alleged murder that took place in Deep River was the sister of a woman who passed away as a result of a murder that took place in Ottawa in the year 2010. The Upper Ottawa Valley unit of the Ontario Provincial Police, which along with the Deep River Police Service is investigating the incident, made the announcement on Wednesday that the lady has been identified as Sommer Boudreau, who is 39 years old. Boudreau’s age was included in the notice. According to the police, the body of Boudreau was discovered when officials went to a property on Rutherford Avenue to do a welfare check shortly after 8:30 p.m. on Sunday evening. The residence was located on Rutherford Avenue. Rutherford Avenue is the street where the home can be found. In addition to being charged with second-degree murder for his alleged role in the incident, Adam Rossi, age 41 and a resident of Deep River, was also charged with performing an act of indignity to a body as part of the indictment against him. It was planned for him to make an appearance the following Thursday, in the court session that was going to take place in Pembroke.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) announced on Wednesday that the investigation was ongoing. A spokeswoman for the force noted that the OPP would not comment on whether there was any kind of relationship between the individual who was charged with the offence and the victim of the alleged crime. The person who was charged with the offense was the one who was suspected of carrying out the criminal act. According to the report that Scott compiled based on the findings of the investigation, the evidence pointed to Ferguson having murdered Ashley Boudreau later that morning of January 7 and then having committed suicide at some point in the future. Scott had produced the report about the investigation’s findings. In spite of the fact that we have the advantage of hindsight, the statement that was released by Scott claims that “even this statement is questionable.” [Citation needed] This is only feasible because of the power of hindsight, as stated in the statement, “With the advantage of hindsight, one may claim that the officers taking a more proactive action of forcing admittance into the flat would have saved Ms. Boudreau’s life.”
We do not know what the outcome would have been if the police had spoken to Ms. Boudreau or Mr. Ferguson when they were initially assigned to the apartment. We do not know what the outcome would have been. Neither of them has given us any information on this front, which is really disappointing. It is unclear whether any officer would have been able to create reasonable reasons to arrest Ms. Boudreau or Mr. Ferguson had they had the opportunity to question either of them or had the chance to examine the apartment after forcibly entering it. It is also unclear whether any officer would have been able to create reasonable reasons to arrest Ms. Boudreau or Mr. Ferguson had they been able to question either of them. It is also not obvious whether any officer would have been able to devise valid grounds for Ms. Boudreau’s or Mr. Ferguson’s arrest.