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Montreal man, 19, charged with 2nd-degree murder in stabbing deaths of 3 family members

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scene of the triple-homicide in Montreal’s Rosemont neighborhood is facing three charges of second-degree murder.Police believe Arthur Galarneau killed three of his family members.

The three victims are Mylène Gingras, 75, Francine Gingras-Boucher 53, and Richard Galarneau, 53.The suspect appeared in court by telephone Saturday morning.Montreal police confirmed the family link between Galarneau and all three victims, but did not confirm the respective relationships.

Read more: 3 people found dead in apartment, one person arrested: Montreal police The arrest of the 19-year-old, who was covered in blood, outside the apartment building on Bélanger Street was filmed by witnesses and broadcast on social networks.The incident happened shortly after 9 a.m.

Friday when police were called to the residence and found three bodies with multiple stab wounds. All three victims were pronounced dead at the scene.The crime scene was subject to a security perimeter.

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