Veteran Toronto accused of eight previous violations Police Officers Seven new claims were made on Friday.
Boris Borisov, 48, in Toronto, was previously charged with theft after allegedly having the missing person's personal belongings stolen.
Police alleged that a policeman gave the missing debit card to another man who used it to buy at a Missisoga store.
Further investigation revealed that officers and men allegedly obtained the vehicle illegally.
Police say Borrisov on Friday was re-arrested on new charges in connection with the investigation of the same missing person.
The missing person's watch was allegedly stolen, and another investigation found that on May 26, 2020, "a police officer possessed a credit card and then used it for purchase."
Borriso is theft, the trafficking of property gained by crime, two counts of breach of trust, theft of credit cards, the property gained by crime, and the credit card gained by crime. Have been charged with use.
Borisov, who has been working for 16 years, was previously suspended for a fee under the Police Services Act.
According to public documents, Borisov created a sunshine list in 2020 with a salary of $ 127,855.99.
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