(RepublicanWire.org) – A 36-year-old former Planned Parenthood employee took his own life last week, after authorities reveal his connection with a child pornography investigation.
Tim Yergeau had previously worked as the strategic communications director for Planned Parenthood’s Southern New England branch. While police have not specifically named Yergeau as the suspect in their child pornography investigation, local media has confirmed he was the intended target of a botched police raid.
On April 6th, police from the New Haven Special Victims Unit investigating Yergeau raided his neighbors house by accident looking to arrest the 36-year old.
New Haven police chief Karl Jacobson told the New Haven Register that “the person who died was definitely the suspect in a child pornography investigation and the person who committed suicide.” He added that internal affairs is looking into how investigators hit the wrong house and how Yergeau took his own life five days later, as he was not arrested and his home was not raided.
According to his LinkedIn, Yergeau worked for Planned Parenthood from December 2018 until August 2022 when he began working as the marketing and communications director for the Long Wharf Theatre. In a statement to the Register, the spokesperson for the theater said, “We are deeply saddened to learn the developments of the last 24 hours, given the difficult news, it would be inappropriate to comment further.”
In response to the news, Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis pointed out that Yergeau had his pronouns in his instagram bio. To which Elon Musk responded, “Pronouns are virtue-signaling, so inevitably, as with all virtue-signaling, they will be used as a shield by bad humans.”
As for the woman whose home was mistakenly raided by police, she told the Register, “I started running down the hallway, it was just like a movie. They had guns and flashlights on me. They put me against the wall and handcuffed me. I was crying and saying, ‘What’s happening?'”
She added, “every time I walk down my hall I relive it.”
The department offered her mental health care, but she declined, after filing a complaint on Tuesday.