Former prison guard pleads guilty

soulagee-sommeThe former prison guard, Audrey Corneau, pleaded guilty to one count of custody and control of his vehicle while his ability was impaired by alcohol. The 38 year old woman was passing before Judge Richard P. Daoust of the Court of Québec on Wednesday at the Chicoutimi courthouse.

When officers of Public Safety Saguenay have intercepted the evening of 19 May 2015, the client of Mr. Boulianne Julien was intoxicated. She showed a BAC of .217. Although the car was not running, she still had custody and control.

The judge accepted the joint submission of a $ 1,250 fine and suspension of his driver’s license for a period of one year.

The event tonight Corneau was leaving a tavern with her spouse. It fell to the ground and injured his nose. As he was bleeding, he could not take the wheel.

Audrey Corneau moved the driver’s side, but did not put the vehicle in motion. Since she was behind the wheel, it has still been charged.

While she was female correctional officer at the former prison of Chicoutimi, Audrey Corneau was taken to drug trafficking within the walls of the establishment. She introduced pop cans with false bottoms containing 90 grams of cannabis, 100 grams of hashish and 210 steroid tablets. Over a period of three years, she made six drug transactions, which brought him every $ 1000 to $ 1500.

In December 2013, she was sentenced to 42 months in prison. She was able to resume his freedom a little over a year later, on February 22, 2015.

Unemployed, Audrey Corneau just completed a degree in plastrage and sandblasting and is looking for a job.

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