Mercedes Tremblay Biography, Mercedes Tremblay Wiki, Age, Net Worth
Mercedes Tremblay was a New Hampshire woman who found dead with her young son in an apparent murder-suicide had been accused by family members of abuse — claims she denied.
25-year-old Mercedes Tremblay and her 2-year-old son Mason Tremblay were found dead in a house in Manchester on December 14. Officials said Mercedes likely self-harmed, but has not yet been released. the cause of death of the toddler.
Police continue to search for clues in the investigation and have asked anyone who has been in contact with Mercedes since December 6 to come forward, according to a report on IndepthNH.org.
Police reports received by the news outlet show that Mercecdes’ mother’s boyfriend Pierre Brendan accused him of abusing a child whose name was removed from police documents.
Pierre said he did not know what was wrong with Mercedes or what was going on when he was not in his apartment, but found it strange that he (the child) cried and did not want to go with him when he took it. . He said that (Tremblay) was abusive, but that he could later verbally abused him and yelled at (the child) in the past and roughly pulled him by the arm, ”he said.
According to the report, Mercedes Tremblay denied the allegations, but in late May her mother, Rhonda was accused of assaulting Wilkins-Hickey. Rhonda Wilkins-Hickey reportedly said she did not want to file a criminal complaint to the police, and that her daughter blamed him for a child protection services investigation that could be in response to Brendan’s allegations.
Wilkins-Hickey and Brendan were reported to have told police that Mercedes was facing “problems” and mental health issues.
Tremblay reportedly told police that his mother and Brendan were drinking on the day of the alleged attack.
“He just said he wanted to get through this incident and start over with his son,” said a detective in the report.
In 2018, Wilkins-Hickey was accused of allegedly punishing her daughter. Prosecutors dropped the charges under a plea deal.
A spokesperson for Attorney General Gordon MacDonald declined to comment on the ongoing investigation, the Union Leader reported.