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Three Montreal police officers will be sanctioned for their behaviour while arresting Anne-Marie Peladeau and Eric Kennedy in Three Montreal police officers have been suspended as punishment for their actions in arresting Anne-Marie Peladeau in Roberto Sforza, who made the arrest along with partner Fabio-Nicola Cavaliere, has been suspended for four days without pay in connection with his arrest of Anne-Marie Peladeau and Eric Kennedy.

The two other Montreal police officers involved, Alessandro Lo Dico and Mike Mezzacappa, were ordered off the job for two days without pay. They are being punished for failing to attend to people traveling in a car that was hit by Peladeau and Kennedy's vehicle. Anne Marie Peladeau was chased, caught and arrested by police on October 12, as a suspect in a cigarette robbery and police evasion.

Officers Sforza and Cavaliere were charged but acquitted of assault in after Quebec Court Justice Martin Vauclair deemed the force they used as "vigorous but not excessive. That same year Sforza attempted to sue Peladeau, alleging that she had threatened him with a syringe.

In spite of the criminal acquittal, Quebec's police ethics committee ruled last year Erik peladeau wife sexual dysfunction Sforza used excessive force Erik peladeau wife sexual dysfunction shoving Peladeau into a car and hitting her head on the door frame, an image caught on video and shown repeatedly on TV news at the time. Officer Cavaliere said that he suffered a heart attack in as a result of the event and suffered health consequences that forced him Erik peladeau wife sexual dysfunction walk with a cane.

He was not punished due to "health and humintarian reasons," according to the commission. Peladeau, now 50, battled drug addiction for many years. While awaiting her trial following the arrest, Anne-Marie Peladeau was sent to Tanguay prison for allegedly attempting to bribe someone in an attempt to cover up cocaine in her urine sample.

In August police arrested her again for allegedly dealing crack and heroin out of a Montreal condo. Along with brothers Eric and Pierre Karl, she had a sister Isabelle who died at 55 when her car crashed into Lac Achigan in November Pierre Peladeau married a third time and had a seventh child.

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