Suspended Halifax police constable faces more charges

Members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary have laid more charges against a Halifax Regional Police officer who is once again accused of breaching the conditions of his release.

Const. Chris Mosher facing 9 more counts of breaching the conditions of his release

Members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary have laid more charges against a Halifax Regional Police officer who is once again accused of breaching the conditions of his release.

Halifax Regional Police Const. Chris Mosher was charged with sexual assault and administering a noxious thing for incidents alleged to have happened in November 2012.

In September, Nova Scotia's Serious Incident Response Team charged Mosher with two counts of breaching court orders for allegedly drinking outside his home and being in the presence of a woman who is not a family member.

The following month, Mosher was charged for breaching the conditions of his release after he was allegedly found drinking outside of his home.

The latest incident involves a complaint Newfoundland and Labrador police received from the public on May 7.

Mosher was arrested on May 11 at a licensed establishment on George Street in St. John's following an investigation. He is charged with nine counts of breaching his court conditions. 

Mosher is suspended from the Halifax Regional Police force without pay or benefits.