Two OPP officers in Alexandria, Ont., have been charged with breach of trust after investigators received a tip an officer was disclosing private information.

Ontario Provincial Police said they received information two years ago about offences that were alleged to have occurred between 2009 and 2014.

After an investigation Const. Luanne MacDonald, 44, an eight-year member of the OPP, was charged with the following offences:

  • Three counts of breach of trust by public officer.
  • Obstructing justice.
  • Voyeurism.
  • Distribution of voyeurism material.
  • Theft of telecommunications service.
  • Fraud.
Const. John Bernard, 41, also from the same satellite office in Alexandria, also faces two charges of breach of trust.

Both were suspended with pay and released with a promise to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Alexandria, Ont., on Sept. 3.