OPP officer gets bail
Posted 1 year ago
Thu, May 10th, '12 - 7:09 am
After nearly 7 hours evidence and testimony yesterday, Justice Lorraine Watson granted bail to an O-P-P officer facing a number of assault charges.
The officer… who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim… posted 25-thousand dollars bail… and must stay under house arrest living with his parents.
He has a week to get an assessment for anger management and possible alcohol related issues, and must also follow a strict no-contact list, including the victim and their family.
The officer is also banned from handling a weapon.
Details of testimony at the bail hearing are protected under a publication ban.
He’ll be in court next in Picton on May 23rd.