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3 Decomposed Bodies Found in Irvine Home
« on: April 11, 2022, 11:31:04 AM »
58 Riverboat, Northwood
Owners Serge and Karina Poirier and their son ~30 years old lived there

Three decomposed bodies had been dead 12 to 18 months and were only found after relatives asked the Canadian Mounted Police to phone Irvine Police for a welfare check.

How in God's name did neighbors not hear and report three gunshots 12 to 18 months ago? Not grow suspicious of their neighbors' absences for 12 - 18 months, not knock on the door and look in windows, not smell the decomposing human flesh in "the safest city in America".
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Re: 3 Decomposed Bodies Found in Irvine Home
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2022, 11:45:50 AM »
From what I've heard, they had windows tinted with reflective films. During daytime you couldn't even see inside the house from the outside.

They still had regular crew servicing their yard. Maybe that's why no red flag were raised with the neighbors.

Good insulation / construction quality led to no smell probably. That's a plus for Irvine  ;)


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Re: 3 Decomposed Bodies Found in Irvine Home
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2022, 11:57:11 AM »
58 Riverboat, Northwood
Owners Serge and Karina Poirier and their son ~30 years old lived there

Three decomposed bodies had been dead 12 to 18 months and were only found after relatives asked the Canadian Mounted Police to phone Irvine Police for a welfare check.

How in God's name did neighbors not hear and report three gunshots 12 to 18 months ago? Not grow suspicious of their neighbors' absences for 12 - 18 months, not knock on the door and look in windows, not smell the decomposing human flesh in "the safest city in America".

The neighbors thought they had gone to live somewhere else during the pandemic. Remember they are from Canada, so that could be conceivable. If they don't have "jobs" they go to but instead work for themselves, maybe no one noticed anything at work because they don't go to work. If they pay for everything automatically and had enough in their bank accounts to make their payments, no one notices that either. Once the box is too full to deliver mail, the mailman puts a note in it and you have to pick up all mail going forward from the post office. Maybe he thought they were gone due to the pandemic initially and after the notice, he doesn't even get their mail to deliver to a cluster box, never going to the actual house.

Maybe the gunshots happened when no neighbors were home.

They had gotten divorced Jan 2020, so maybe that had something to do with this tragedy.

Still shouldn't a landscaper have smelled something even if double pane windows were all closed or a neighbor?

Pretty sad, over a year and no one misses them enough to report something.




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Re: 3 Decomposed Bodies Found in Irvine Home
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2022, 12:37:44 PM »
Irvine has a reputation for lack of community within neighborhoods.  Many people keep to themselves and want their kids to stay inside to study.  The nearby neighbors probably thought it was just another vacant house.

 

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