Edmonton police officer guilty of assaulting homeless man

  Edmonton Journal 

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A judge has found an Edmonton police officer guilty of assaulting a homeless man, delivering a decision that rebuked the officer, his partner, and the police service’s internal investigations branch. Provincial court Judge T.D. DePoe convicted Const. Matthew O’Mara of one count of assault Monday related to the officer’s December 2017 arrest of Craig Jephtas-Crail. […]

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