Brampton Court Clerk Charged for Stealing Trial Evidence Money
Peel Regional Police have confirmed that a court clerk in Brampton was arrested and charged with theft this month.
The clerk, an employee at the A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse in Brampton at Hurontario Street an County Court Drive, was charged for stealing money that was evidence for at least one criminal trial.
“At this point, we are not releasing a name,” said Const. Mark Fischer.
The investigation on the theft began on March 28, 2017, and based on the investigation, the clerk was charged on May 10.
How the theft will impact the trial remains unknown to the public.
The clerk has been charged with theft under $5,000, and a court date has been set in June 2017.
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