Inappropriate familiarity and unusual spelling mistakes.
It's not Jocelyne who is texting.
It is 8:40 pm this Sunday and a resident of Essonne ticks at the message that her 82-year-old friend has just sent her.
She would be "tired", would go "to bed" and call her back "tomorrow".
There is something wrong.
The girlfriend gives the alert and a few hours later, Jocelyne's corpse is discovered this Sunday evening in her apartment on the boulevard de Charonne in Paris (eleventh).
The old lady, as revealed by LCI, was stabbed. His murderer, probably the author of the text messages or one of his possible accomplices, is currently untraceable. According to our information, no one had been arrested on Monday afternoon as part of this investigation opened by the Paris prosecutor's office for intentional homicide.
At the very beginning of the afternoon this Sunday, Jocelyne receives a phone call from a member of her family who hears from her almost every day.
Everything is fine.
The octogenarian has been living alone for several years in her apartment on the fourth floor of a building.
"A rather quiet district where interventions for serious facts are rare", contextualizes a police officer in the area.
Between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m., one of Jocelyne's neighbors rings the bell.
It's to give him lily of the valley.
Apparently everything is normal.
What happens next?
This is precisely what the investigators of the 2e DPJ want to know.
A burglary gone wrong?
At 8:40 p.m., the girlfriend from Essonne, worried about the bizarre message she received, telephones a mutual friend who does not live very far and who above all has double the keys. She was the one who discovered the victim's lifeless body around 10:30 p.m. Jocelyne lies on her back in her living room, her feet folded up. She seems to be holding her stomach. His clothes are nicked. She apparently received several fatal stab wounds, notably in the plexus, according to Actu17. The murderer undoubtedly left with the murder weapon.
We did not yet know this Monday the motive for this murder. Is this a burglary gone wrong? According to our information, there was no apparent disorder in the small apartment of the old lady. No break-in was reported. The victim's body was transported to the Paris forensic institute for an autopsy.