Seniors abused in Charlevoix: Owner of the residence released

Seniors abused in Charlevoix: Owner of the residence released

Rémy Bernier, the owner of two private homes of Charlevoix where elderly and impaired people have been victims of abuse, was released Friday, as reports CBC.

The man, who faces charges of assault and threats, thus gets his freedom back while awaiting further legal proceedings. He will be back in court on November 3, according to CBC.

Hermann Warren, 66, one of four co-defendants arrested on October 6th during an operation conducted by the Sûreté du Québec against the Baie-Saint-Paul residences and St. Urban, meanwhile remains behind bars given his criminal record and the numerous charges pressed against him.

Last Tuesday, André Demers, 59, was released on bail and Lisette Belleau was released last week with several conditions attached.

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