Posted By KYLE REA TIMES-JOURNAL
Posted 2 days ago
A seven-year veteran of the St. Thomas Police Service is charged with two counts of discreditable conduct under the Police Services Act.
Const. Beverley Brennan is charged after the St. Thomas service launched a "comprehensive internal investigation" in April by the St. Thomas Police Service Professional Standards Branch.
A news release from Deputy Chief Darryl Pinnell says the charges are in relation to alleged off-duty use of marijuana between March, 2008, and March, 2010.
Brennan is to appear before a Police Services Act tribunal on June 18 in St. Thomas council chambers.
Supt. Frank Roselli has been appointed to preside by Peel Regional Police Service who were called in to assist St. Thomas police.
Brennan could face sanctions under the act, ranging from unpaid suspension, temporary demotion or termination.
No further details were available.