Hamilton cop charged with stealing

News Oct 28, 2010 Ancaster News

A Hamilton police officer faces a Nov. 15 court date after allegedly stealing materials from a residential construction site while on duty.

Constable Doug McKee, 42, is charged with theft and possession of stolen goods valued under $5,000, and breach of trust.

Police recovered the undisclosed construction materials after executing a search warrant at the 12-year veteran’s residence, according to a news release.

Although police typically release such information, spokesperson Catherine Martin said she didn’t have details on what was allegedly stolen or where the theft allegedly took place, and the matter is now before the courts.

Const. McKee was released on a promise to appear in court and has been suspended with pay.

Hamilton cop charged with stealing

News Oct 28, 2010 Ancaster News

A Hamilton police officer faces a Nov. 15 court date after allegedly stealing materials from a residential construction site while on duty.

Constable Doug McKee, 42, is charged with theft and possession of stolen goods valued under $5,000, and breach of trust.

Police recovered the undisclosed construction materials after executing a search warrant at the 12-year veteran’s residence, according to a news release.

Although police typically release such information, spokesperson Catherine Martin said she didn’t have details on what was allegedly stolen or where the theft allegedly took place, and the matter is now before the courts.

Const. McKee was released on a promise to appear in court and has been suspended with pay.

Hamilton cop charged with stealing

News Oct 28, 2010 Ancaster News

A Hamilton police officer faces a Nov. 15 court date after allegedly stealing materials from a residential construction site while on duty.

Constable Doug McKee, 42, is charged with theft and possession of stolen goods valued under $5,000, and breach of trust.

Police recovered the undisclosed construction materials after executing a search warrant at the 12-year veteran’s residence, according to a news release.

Although police typically release such information, spokesperson Catherine Martin said she didn’t have details on what was allegedly stolen or where the theft allegedly took place, and the matter is now before the courts.

Const. McKee was released on a promise to appear in court and has been suspended with pay.