Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Former Calgary cop Denis McHugh faces 11 criminal charges

In yet another horrid chapter in the ridiculous bible of the Calgary Police Service, former officer Denis McHugh faces 11 criminal charges, including kidnapping and obstruction of justice.

McHugh, a constable with the Calgary Police Service for eight years until earlier this month, has been charged with kidnapping, obstruction of justice, break and enter, breach of the peace, two counts of fraudulently obtaining a computer service, and five counts of breach of trust.

CPS Deputy Chief Ray Robitaille said there is “nothing positive to say. These are serious criminal charges.”
Calgary police officer Jeff Duggan was charged on October 28 with assault after an on-duty fight at his ex-wife’s home. Police began investigating after Duggan’s ex-wife reported the officer “verbally threatened to assault” her current boyfriend and “attempted to force his way into the home.” Police have also charged Duggan with uttering threats and four counts of breach of probation.

Calgary Police Supt. James Hardy said he didn’t want to “jump to conclusions” “What’s gone on here is not untypical ..."
See ----->http://neerdowellblog.blogspot.ca/2016/10/3-calgary-cops-face-latest-criminal.html
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See ----->http://neerdowellblog.blogspot.ca/2016/06/calgary-cop-suspended-with-pay-for.html
See ----->http://neerdowellblog.blogspot.ca/2016/10/calgary-cop-gerard-brand-sold-computer.html