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.
- Three counts of breach of trust by public officer.
- Obstructing justice.
- Distribution of voyeurism material.
- Theft of telecommunications service.
Both were suspended with pay and released with a promise to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Alexandria, Ont., on Sept. 3.