Crown prosecutors recommended no charges be laid against an RCMP officer who allegedly punched and stomped on a one-footed Alberta man in 2009.

A complaint laid against Const. Jack Cunningham in Dec. 2009 was independently investigated and evidence was provided to senior Crown Counsel, RCMP said Monday.

The Crown recommended no charges be laid.

Last month, an Alberta Provincial Court judge stayed four criminal charges faced by Les Lattery, after ruling Cunningham breached Lattery's charter rights during an arrest near Bashaw, Alta. in July 2009.

Lattery wants Cunningham to face charges.

But in a news release, RCMP said there will be no further investigation into the incident as it has already been completed and reviewed by Crown prosecutors.