Planned Parenthood Director Ends Own Life Over CP Investigation

During a police investigation into his involvement with a certain child pornography case, the main suspect, a Planned Parenthood director, committed suicide in his home.

According to reports from New Haven police, Tim Yergeau, a 35-year-old man, was found dead in his apartment. He was found only five days after the police failed to raid his home, as they went through the wrong door, entering an innocent family’s apartment instead.

Child pornography investigation leads to main suspect committing suicide

Police Chief Karl Jacobson confirmed the dead person was the main suspect in the child pornography investigations and the death was self-inflicted.

Originally, a search warrant allowed the police to look through Yergeau’s files, but he wasn’t arrested at first.

The investigation was open-ended. The suspect was well aware of the fact that he was going to be arrested sooner or later; it was probably what led to him committing suicide.

Formerly, a director of a Planned Parenthood branch in Southern New England, Yergeau was most recently working at the Long Wharf Theatre. It’s also been found that he’d spent some time working for the Free Public Library Foundation.

To no one’s surprise, the closeted pedophile had continuously posted pro-LGBTQ and leftist propaganda to his social media accounts, some of which focused on the pro-abortion agenda whereas others had him wearing clothing with a rainbow motif.

Planned Parenthood needs to reassess their hiring process

The most alarming thing about this case is Yergeau made a post back in 2018, claiming he’s happy to have become part of the marketing team at Planned Parenthood of Southern New England.

He added he’s finally going to be able to weigh in on reproductive and sexual health, voting rights, and healthcare access.

However, few organizations like being affiliated with investigated pedophiles, with dead ones being even worse for business. It wouldn’t be surprising if Planned Parenthood tried to distance itself from Yergeau and just about anything he’s said and done in the past.

Unfortunately, the police failed to execute the search warrant when they showed up. They accidentally ended up breaking down Yergeau’s neighbor’s door instead, handcuffing the woman inside before actually figuring out what they’d done.

The woman, Stacey Wezenter, described the experience as extremely traumatic…even more so, considering her two children were also present in the apartment. They watched as the police chased her down the hallway with guns and flashlights.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.