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Peel police union head charged with stunt driving, impaired driving


The president of the Peel Regional Police Association, which acts as the union for Peel’s police officers, has been charged with stunt driving and drinking and driving. Adrian Woolley, 44, of Burlington, was charged Saturday after he was pulled over by the OPP on the QEW in Burlington, said OPP Sgt. Adrian Woolley was charged Saturday after he was pulled over by the OPP on the QEW in Burlington. He is paid by the union, not Peel police, according to the statement. The Peel Regional Police Professional Standards Bureau will conduct an investigation of its own, but Peel police would not comment on the charges laid by the OPP.


Source: thestar February 12, 2019 01:41 UTC



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