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No charges laid against officer in crash that killed another Mountie

Posted in Canada Provinces

Published on July 16, 2017 with No Comments

No charges will be laid against an RCMP officer who tried to stop a pickup truck moments before it crashed into a marked police car in suburban Victoria, killing another Mountie. B.C.’s prosecution service have said that there is not enough evidence to approve charges against the officer. The happening dates back to April 5’2016. When a truck driven by Kenneth Fenton sped through an intersection in Langford and smashed into the cruiser of Const. Sarah Beckett. The prosecution service said another officer tried to stop the truck seconds before the fatal collision whose name has not been disclosed to the media. The independent Investigations officer looking into the crash focused on the actions of the other officer and determined that the officer may have committed an offence. The police watchdog submitted a report to Crown counsel, but did not make a recommendation on whether charges should be approved.

 

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