Windsor police officer David Bshouty's coke case adjourned
Windsor police officer charged with cocaine possession at the Ambassador Bridge
The case of David Bshouty, the Windsor police officer charged with cocaine possession at the Ambassador Bridge, was adjourned Friday morning.
The defence made the request in a Detroit courtroom, alleging more time was needed to review police reports and evidence.
Bshouty's bond was also extended to allow him to go home to Windsor.
U.S. authorities arrested the 31-year-old last week when he was crossing the border from Windsor to Detroit.
His next court appearance in Michigan is scheduled for May 9.
Bshouty also faces a drug charge in Windsor.