NRP officer accused of stealing cameras
We know a little more now about a case in which a Niagara Regional Police officer has been charged.
OPP say a number of security cameras were stolen from a house in South Bruce Peninsula last month. Someone was also seen damaging the property.
Jeffrey May, 9-year officer with the NRP is accused in the case. He's charged with mischief, theft & trespassing. He'll be in an Owen Sound court to answer to those charges next month.
May, who was already on desk duty has been suspended with pay.
May is 1 of 3 NRP officers who've been read their rights in recent weeks. In June, Constable Paul Zarafronitis was charged with assault after allegedly roughing up a customer at a Niagara Falls bar while on duty. In a separate case, Sergeant Cathy Edgecombe was charged with impaired driving.