Second suspect in Tricia Boisvert murder surrenders to police

James Boucher, the man wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant as an alleged accomplice in the murder of 36-year-old Tricia Boisvert, of Montreal, has turned himself in to police.

Montreal police say he surrendered at the police station in Hull around 4:15 Thursday afternoon. He will appear in a Montreal courtroom Friday.

The 31-year-old Boucher was wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant for being an accessory after the fact and indignity to a body.

Boisvert was reported missing in January, her body was found in a wooded area of Quebec's Ponitac region days later.

Earlier this week, Ottawa Police arrested the prime suspect in the case, 30-year-old Philippe Steele-Morin, of Gatineau, in Buckingham. He's charged with 2nd degree murder, and indignity to a body.

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