Sudbury police Sgt. Gary Lavoie faces more charges

A long-serving member of the Greater Sudbury Police Service is facing a second round of charges under the Police Services Act.

A long-serving member of the Greater Sudbury Police Service is facing a second round of charges under the Police Services Act.

Former traffic Sergeant Gary Lavoie is dealing with two counts of discreditable conduct, two of insubordination and one of deceit.

The adjudicator in the matter is Terence Kelly, a former deputy chief of York Regional Police.

Lavoie is also awaiting sentencing on 36 previous convictions under the Police Act. Most if those charges deal with allegations that he ran people through the police record check systems without authorization.

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