Her trial, originally scheduled to begin last Friday in a Longueil, Quebec court and was set to commence anew on Monday, was postponed once again to September 21st in light of the expected guilty plea to some of the charges.
Rojas-Latraverse, 20, is charged with armed robbery, breaking and entering, forced confinement, assault and conspiracy in connection with the home invasion. She has been held at the Tanguay woman’s detention facility since December and denied any bail.
In total, four suspects were associated to the crime including John-Stephen Clark-Lemay, 22, and Anthony Bourque, 20, and the final suspect, André Robert-Perron, 27, who faces a charge of possessing stolen property as he was found with Duhamel’s Rolex watch when he was arrested.
Only Bourque and Robert-Perron were permitted to post bail last January.
In total the attackers stole over $115,000 in cash, and jewelry worth about $50,000 which included the WSOP Championship bracelet. Duhamel was taken to hospital for injuries sustained as a result of the home invasion.