A veteran Toronto police detective has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and a year probation for beating up a man in police custody and breaking his arm.
A member of the Detroit Board of Police Commissioners has been charged with drunken driving and a weapons charge, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.
Not even 20 seconds after she sentenced a Toronto copper to 90 days in jail for a disgraceful abuse of power in beating up a prisoner in his care, witnesses say, some of the police brotherhood were out in the 1000 Finch courthouse hallway behaving like thugs.
No charges for Kelowna officer in 3rd incident
Migrant crew member should be deported for human smuggling, CBSA argues
Judges and Police officers
Two Ontario doctors accused of sexual assault
Drug-facilitated Sexual Assault in Ontario, Canada: Toxicological and DNA Findings
“The drugs found on toxicological screening were unexpected in 87 of the 135 (64.4%) cases with a positive drug finding and included cannabinoids (40.2%), cocaine (32.2%), amphetamines (13.8%), MDMA (9.2%), ketamine (2.3%), and GHB (1.1%). Male DNA was unexpected in 30 (46.9%) of 64 cases where it was found.Among those persons presenting to a sexual assault treatment centre with a suspicion of DFSA, the presence of unexpected drugs and male DNA was common, lending support for their contention that they had been intentionally drugged and sexually assaulted. Most unexpected drugs found were not those typically described as ‘date rape drugs’.”
ARTICLE: ZERO TOLERANCE SOME OF THE TIME? DOCTORS, DISCIPLINE AND SEXUAL ABUSE IN ONTARIO
Here is some legal information on issues related to violence against women
Doctor guilty of sex assaults
Sexual Assault by Doctors, Canada
A doctor brought to London, ON via the city’s $20,000 Adopt-A-Doc subsidy program has struck a deal with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario that will see him avoid a sexual abuse and narcotics inquiry in exchange for giving up his medical licence and promising to never practise again in any jurisdiction.
Couple charged in adoption agency fraud probe
By QMI Agency
Last Updated: April 9, 2011 4:24pm
TORONTO — A couple has been charged with fraud after police say they allegedly used funds from their not-for-profit adoption agency for vacations, clothing and home renovations.
Rick, 46, and Susan Hayhow, 45, were arrested Thursday after a lengthy investigation into Imagine Adoption Inc., Waterloo Regional Police said.
“The charges relate to just over $420,000 of agency funds that are alleged to have been used inappropriately for personal use such as vacations, clothing, and renovations to their residence in Cambridge,” a statement said.
Rick Hayhow, served as the agency’s general manager, while Susan Hayhow was the founder and executive director.
Both are charged with breach of trust, six counts of fraud over $5,000, and three counts of fraud under $5,000. They have also been charged separately with one count of fraud over $5,000.
The Hayhows were released from custody, and are scheduled to appear in Cambridge court May 26.
Man jailed for £4.7m counterfeit medicine fraud
A man has been jailed for eight years for his part in what has been described as the most serious fake medicine fraud in the European Union.
Peter Gillespie, 64, from Hertfordshire, was part of a £4.7m plot to bring two million doses of counterfeit drugs from China to the UK.
He was convicted of conspiring to defraud pharmaceutical wholesalers, pharmacists and members of the public.
He was convicted by a jury at Croydon Crown Court.
By mimicking authentic, properly manufactured and tested medicines, Gillespie illegally infiltrated the regulated system designed to protect the public and pharmaceutical industry, the court heard.