On August 17, 2013, shortly before midnight, St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP were dispatched to a home invasion in the town of Ile des Chenes. It was learned an unknown male entered an unsecured residence through the garage door. The suspect made his way up the stairs to the master bedroom where a 27-year-old lone female occupant was sleeping. The male climbed onto the bed. A struggle ensued between the female and the suspect. Within a short time, the male left the residence. There were three children in the residence at the time of the incident.
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