Suspected Jonathan Duhamel Robbers arrested

by Jeremy

A week after 2010 WSOP Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel was beaten and robbed in his suburban Montreal home, Longueuil police have arrested three people in connection with the robbery.

Stephan Clark, John Lemay and Bianca Rojas-Latraverse are the three suspects in custody, and police aren’t talking much about their involvement in the case. In fact, Longueuil Constable Gaétan Durocher told reporters, “We still have things going on with that case and we cannot comment.”

But seeing as how Duhamel said that two men attacked him, it can be assumed that Clark and Lemay are suspected of actually carrying out the robbery. As for Rojas-Latraverse, popular speculation is that she had a previous relationship with Duhamel, and may have conspired with the aforementioned men to rob the PokerStars pro.

It’s worth stressing at this point that little else is known about the case since the investigation is still ongoing, but police may have gotten a big tip when they brought André Robert Perron in when he was found with Duhamel’s stolen Rolex Submariner watch. Perron is not believed to have been connected with the actual robbery, but was charged with knowingly having stolen property.

Perhaps the investigation has been aided a lot by the undisclosed reward that Duhamel is offering to anybody with information on the robbery. After all, it didn’t take long for police to find Duhamel’s stolen watch and bring in some suspects.

As for Duhamel, the Canadian poker pro is best known for winning the 2010 WSOP Main Event. In addition to this, the 24-year-old has an EPT Deauville High Roller title, $9.6 million in career tournament winnings, and a lucrative sponsorship deal with PokerStars.