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Letter from Ontario Solicitor General’s FOIP Office dated September 3, 2019 – Received by Dennis R. Young September 7, 2019
A number of years ago the City of Orillia was under the police protection of their own City Police. A number of firearms the has seized were kept at the Police Station office . The officer in charge was a Sargent The is absolute.
Then the Ontario Provincial Police took over. When they took over , there was no seized firearms in the former Orillia Police lock up. The Sargent . I cant remember the name of the Sargent but all of a sudden he had a collection of Firearms for sale.
Thanks Murray. One corrupt cop is one too many. Here is a report in the Canadian Firearms Digest from 1998. http://www.canfirearms.ca/archives/text/v02n300-399/v02n352.txt Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 17:55:23 -0600 Subject: York Region firearms officer gets 90 days in jail! A York Region police officer who made almost $2,000 selling guns turned over to the force by the public has been jailed 90 days for breach of trust in what the judge called “a sad day” for policing. You can read about Constable Douglas Hunt in the April 15, 1998 Toronto Star newspaper. Paul Mullin, the Toronto firearms registrar who was also… Read more »