David Midouin was sentenced to 97 months in prison on Monday for his participation in a shooting that left two wounded at Cabaret Doric on January 7, 2018.
Midouin pleaded guilty to the charges against him last August. On September 21, Judge Anne-Marie Jacques sentenced him to 7 years in prison for having discharged a firearm with the intention of causing bodily harm to a person and for having had a firearm in his possession. prohibited.
To this sentence is added an additional sentence of 13 months for having had in his possession a firearm when he was prohibited from doing so, for obstructing the work of the police, for dangerous driving and for possession of cannabis resin for the purpose of ‘traffic in it.
Midouin will therefore spend the next 56.5 months behind bars, once pre-trial detention has been removed from his sentence.
Months of research
At around 2:45 a.m. on the night of January 7, 2018, a customer in her thirties and an employee in her forties had been hit by projectiles while in the dance bar on boul. Taschereau, in Longueuil.
About three weeks later, police arrested Jean-Paul Gordy, a then 27-year-old resident of Terrebonne. Then, after several months of research, David Midouin, 25, was arrested by the Laval Police Department on July 3, 2018.
The trial of Jean-Paul Gordy, accused among other things of attempted murder and breach of probation, took place at the beginning of September. Gordy, who made headlines in 2009 after pointing a gun in the face of a Laval taxi driver and stealing his money, is expected to be back in court in the coming weeks for his verdict. (GM)