Amherstburg Police Constable Andrew Challans Not Guilty

The Police Services Act hearing concluded today with a finding of not guilty on all counts.

The Windsor Star Dec 04, 2013 article reported that Challans’ lawyer Bradie argued testimony showed it was Const. Aaron Chambers who intervened and “applied force that caused injury to Timms-Fryer’s face” when he knocked him to the ground. 

How much will this add to the taxpayers’ burden?

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