Montreal police officer subject of criminal investigation
Costa Labos, chief-inspector of internal affairs, target of Sûreté du Québec probe
Quebec provincial police have launched a criminal investigation into a high-ranking Montreal police officer.
Radio-Canada has identified the officer as Costa Labos, chief-inspector of internal affairs.
Neither Montreal police nor the Sûreté du Québec are commenting on the case.
Montreal police Cmdr. Marie-Claude Dandenault would only say that when allegations are made against an officer, a committee is charged with looking into the case and deciding whether the officer should be suspended.
Labos has not been charged and it's unclear whether he remains in his post.