Indicted for murder on June 18, 2021, Cédric Jubillar, husband of Delphine Jubillar, is locked up in Seysses prison.
On the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, Delphine Jubillar, a young nurse from Tarn has mysteriously disappeared . If the police have found no trace of her so far, her husband Cédric remains the main suspect. Indicted for intentional homicide, the Seysses remand center has held him for 18 months now. The father of the family keeps claiming his innocence and does everything to regain his freedom.
During the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, Delphine Jubillar a disparu . On the morning of December 16, Cédric Jubillar calls the police and reports the disappearance of his wife. She would, according to him, left the family home on foot between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. , at which time he was awakened by the crying of their baby.
Since this disappearance, the police do their best to find the young nurse from Tarn . That's not all ! Just two days after the mysterious disappearance, the Albi gendarmerie calls for witnesses. Besides an investigation opens and treated as “disturbing disappearance” .
One week before the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, December 23, 2020, gendarmes and volunteers met in Cagnac-les-Mines to conduct research citizen. Thus, nearly 1,800 people mobilized to raking the surrounding woods, alongside dog handlers and specialized soldiers. Cédric Jubillar is part of the workforce and remains behind.
On Christmas Eve, the gendarmes carried out a search of the couple's home Jubillar. On December 24, 2020, they search the home to try to find elements likely to corroborate the now privileged thesis of the crime . The search, which took place under the eyes of Cédric Jubillar, did not reveal any clues or evidence.
Cédric Jubillar, Delphine Jubillar's wife happens to be the prime suspect . Indeed, for the family and loved ones, nothing explains the voluntary and sudden departure of Delphine Jubillar by abandoning her offspring that she cherished so much .
However, on several occasions the father of the family maintains his innocence through his lawyers . Efforts that were in vain since new elements continue to play against it .
The day of Delphine Jubillar's disappearance, the gendarmes of the Research Section of the Toulouse Research Section analyzed the alleged culprit's pedometer . The expertise of the IRCGN (Criminal Research Institute of the Gendarmerie) specifies that the user of the application does not see himself in the obligation to start it for it to work .
The app recorded “only 46 steps between 3:53 a.m. and 4 a.m. 255 steps for the 4h-5h segment”, i.e. small trips. Go to the toilet equivalent to an average of forty steps . This contradicts the statements of Cédric Jubillar since he confessed to having looked for his wife who disappeared during the night, as he had told the gendarmes shortly after his disappearance .
It should be remembered that Cédric Jubillar only turned off his phone twice during the year 2020. He uses the small device several times, therefore. According to reports, he turned it on around “3:50 a.m. and after watching a video from a Badoo dating site for more than a minute, will try to reach Delphine between 3:54 am and 3:57 am, in vain” .
Then he exchanged many messages with a friend of Delphine and after calling the police around 4am, he will make frantic calls to the number of the mother of his children .
'150 calls until 8:12 a.m.,' a source recalled.
What support the fact that the painter-plasterer did not have to part with his smartphone and that therefore the pedometer could well calculate the actual number of steps he took .
Anyway, given the number of suspicions against him, the husband of Delphine Jubillar it's my exam . It has now been 18 months since he is held in the Seysses remand center .
While the judge ordered his continued detention after a reenactment last december , he “also ordered an update of the feasibility study to verify the state of the accommodation in which Cédric Jubillar could be housed if he regains conditional release ».
At first, a friend of Cédric Jubillar had then agreed to lend him a house located in Ariège . An offer that allowed him to consider leave prison and be placed in residence with an electronic bracelet .
However, the prison integration and probation service (SPIP), which had given a negative opinion after its inspection , had actually visited the wrong apartment. In its report, the service had indicated the presence of “rubble and rubbish”. A report that had infuriated the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar . In addition, the owner of the studio of approximately 25 square meters had assured that it was 'perfectly habitable'.
According to information from La Dépêche du Midi, a return of the penitentiary services on site took place on Friday January 13 to inspect the apartment. Expertise on the condition of the apartment and its accessibility to the telephone network will be held for the beginning of February .
Source : Femininesource: foozine.com