Toronto police officer charged after cocaine allegedly found in wallet

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    Toronto police officer charged after cocaine allegedly found in wallet

    A 16-year Toronto police officer with the Guns and Gangs Task Force has been charged after cocaine was allegedly found in his wallet that was left behind at a Scarborough courthouse.

    Police said the officer attended the courthouse on Sept. 19 as a witness for a matter related to his duties. After appearing in court, the officer left, and forgot his wallet.

    The wallet was found by another Toronto police officer who checked for identification. That’s when a small quantity of cocaine was found inside the wallet, police said. Officers added the cocaine was unrelated to the officer’s duties.
     

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