History repeats itself for mafioso Marco Pizzi, whose used vehicle business was again the target of an armed robbery on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, in Montreal East.
Around midnight, area residents called 911 to report several shots fired near the intersection of Notre Dame Street East and Broadway Avenue.
When the police arrived on the scene, they noted the presence of several casings on the ground, as well as bullet holes in a window of the company Gestion automobile Plus, to which Marco Pizzi is attached, even if his name does not does not appear in The Clerk. companies.
Listen to the summary of the latest miscellaneous facts with Maxime Deland, journalist at the QMI Agency via QUB-radio :
According to our information, nearly a dozen shots were fired in the direction of the business and no suspect has yet been apprehended.
It was the latest in a long list of events aimed directly at the Mafia over the past few years.
Obviously someone wants to send him a very clear message and the police are currently trying to understand why some people are continually going after the man they consider to be a big importer of cocaine for the account. of the Italian mafia.
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In 2016, Marco Pizzi miraculously escaped a spectacular murder attempt in broad daylight in the east of the metropolis. Suspects had deliberately caused a traffic accident with Pizzi in order to shoot him. The latter had however managed to flee by running in a park crowded with children.
Between the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017, his used vehicle business – the very one that was the target of gunfire on Wednesday evening – was set on fire twice in the space of a few weeks.
The 53-year-old gangster also saw his personal vehicle set on fire by a criminal hand in the courtyard of his residence in the Rivière-des-Prairies district.
At the end of May, arsonists set fire to two cars parked in the parking lot of this same business.
Finally, in mid-June, a 16-year-old boy who was about to set fire to the Gestion automobile Plus company was surprised by local security agents.
They placed the young man in the trunk of a car and were about to enter the interior parking lot of the building when the police intervened.
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