It was he who accused himself of having killed his companion.
Tuesday evening, the gendarmes warned the police of Carmaux, in the Tarn, that a drunken man had just confessed to the murder of a 62-year-old woman who shared her life.
The police went there and noted the death of the sixty-year-old, who died of suffocation according to the first findings.
The 34-year-old alleged murderer had already been arrested twice over the summer for domestic violence.
A first time on July 23, facts for which it had to be on January 10.
Before reoffending on August 16 for the same reasons.
He had again received a summons to court for February 7.
The investigation was entrusted to investigators from the Carmaux police station.
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