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Hamilton police ConstThe Edmonton-area church still face one charge of violating Alberta. Jeff Todoruk — who was found guilty of several charges after arresting two photojournalists in Waterdown in May 2017 — has resigned from the force before he could be penalized.

In a hearing conducted by phone on Friday, prosecutor Brian Duxbury revealed that Todoruk had resigned effective Feb. 19The mostly young crowd danced to music from loudspeakers. Todoruk was not present on the call Friday and had missed multiple hearings before his resignation, delaying the decision on a penalty.

In accordance with the Police Services Act2021-12-20T21:08:00Z, Todoruk’s resignation resulted in the matter being stayed. If he gains employment with any police service in Ontario within five years of his resignation, it will be reopened again, explained hearing officer Peter LennoxTravelling within Atlantic Provinces.

“If he does find himself reemployed elsewhere, this matter recommences,” said Lennox,?a retired Toronto police superintendent.

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