New drug charge against suspended Windsor police officer
A Windsor Police officer currently suspended after being charged for allegedly bringing cocaine into the U.S. faces more charges.
Windsor Police have now charged Const. David Bshouty with possession of a controlled substance.
It is in relation to a small quantity of tablets suspected by police to be Oxycodone, a prescription narcotic.
Bshouty was arrested and charged last week by American authorities for possession of cocaine.
He is scheduled to appear in a Michigan courthouse on Friday to face that charge.
Both charges stem from a months-long investigation into Bshouty.
He will appear in a Windsor court on the new drug possession charge in May.
Bshouty has been a member of the Windsor Police Service since 2009.