Sudbury news: Police confirm teen shot and killed his family, then himself


Greater Sudbury Police launched extra particulars Monday on the three deaths that happened Oct. 30 on Caruso Street in Coniston.

Brian Desormeaux, 46, was discovered useless in his Coniston dwelling together with his spouse Janet, 43, and 17-year-old son Ashton.

“The youth took the lives of his parents and then took his own life,” Sudbury police mentioned.

“All three individuals sustained fatal gunshot wounds. Out of respect for the family, no further details will be released.”

Police mentioned they had been releasing the knowledge “to ensure accurate information related to this investigation is shared with our community.”

“Through the investigation and working in collaboration with the Coroner’s Office, there is no evidence that the youth had been diagnosed with or was being treated for a mental health-related illness,” police mentioned.

“This is an extremely tragic situation that has deeply impacted families, friends and the community. Our deepest condolences go out to everyone who has been affected by this incident and we ask that you respect the privacy of the family’s loved ones during this very emotional time.”

Anyone who’s battling their psychological well being due to the tragedy can entry assist by means of this hyperlink.

If you or somebody is in disaster, listed below are some sources which might be accessible.

Canada Suicide Prevention Helpline (1-833-456-4566)

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (1 800 463-2338)

Crisis Services Canada (1-833-456-4566 or textual content 45645)

Hope for Wellness Helpline (English, French, Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut): 1-855-242-3310

Embrace Life Council hotline: 1-800-265-3333

Trans Lifeline: 1-877-330-6366

Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868)

If you want quick help name 911 or go to the closest hospital.


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