Doctor Brian Nadler, who had already been charged with the murder of a patient from Pointe-Claire, will finally have to answer three new murder charges.
The Ontario Provincial Police announced Wednesday that they have arrested Dr. Nadler in connection with the murders of three women: Claire Brière, 80, of Rigaud; Lorraine Lalande, 79, of Hawkesbury and Judith Lungulescu, 93, of the Township of East Hawkesbury.
The 35-year-old doctor, who lives in Dollard-Des Ormeaux, in western Island of Montreal, had been arrested for the first time at the end of March 2021 in connection with the death of Albert Poidinger, which occurred on March 25, 2021 at Hawkesbury General Hospital.
According to their opinion of deaths, Lorraine Lalande and Judith Lungulescu died in March 2021 at Hawkesbury General Hospital, where Dr. Nadler practiced medicine.
The Ontario Provincial Police had hinted, in the following the doctor's first arrest, that she would be investigating other deaths to try to determine if Dr. Nadler may have had other victims.
The doctor had been released in July 2021 under strict conditions to be respected, pending his trial. Dr. Nadler also had his license to practice medicine revoked.
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