No charges against police in relation to incident in Mississauga
The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) has determined no charges will be filed against Peel Regional Police (PRP) officers in relation to an altercation between a responding officer and a suspect earlier this month.
On November 1, Peel Regional Police (PRP) responded to a call regarding a domestic disturbance in Mississauga. When PRP officers showed up at the house, a 53-year-old man opened the door and a scuffle between the man and the officers ensued.
After police finally subdued the suspect, he was arrested and taken to the police station, before he was transported to hopsital and diagnosed with a broken orbital bone.
After an investigation by the SIU, Joseph Martino, interim director, has determined there are no grounds to lay charges against the arresting officers.
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