Quebec murderer Robert Gaudette back in police custody

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MONTREAL — Robert Gaudette is back in police custody after escaping from a minimum security federal unit in Laval last Tuesday.

Gaudette was noticed missing early Tuesday during a morning count at the Montée St-François Institution, where he was serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife, Cindy Bouchard, in 2000.

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He was apprehended Sunday night in Quebec City after being recognized on the street.

According to authorities, he did not resist arrest and is expected to appear in a Quebec City court on Monday.

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A 59-year-old man named Claude Hamelin was arrested on Thursday in connection with Gaudette’s escape. He was charged as an alleged accessory in the Valleyfield court on Friday.

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Corrections Service Canada has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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