Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Edmonton Crown to Handle Case of Ex-Calgary Policeman Charged with Kidnapping

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Edmonton Crown to Handle Case of Ex-Calgary Policeman Charged with Kidnapping

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Kidnapping case against ex-police officer adjourned

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CALGARY - A Crown prosecutor from Edmonton will handle the case of a former Calgary police officer who faces 11 criminal code charges that include kidnapping and obstruction of justice.

Denis McHugh, who is 35, is also charged with break and enter, breach of the peace, two counts of fraudulently obtaining a computer service and five counts of breach of trust.

McHugh resigned his position as constable earlier this month after eight years on the job.

His lawyer, Alain Hepner, told court that he is still waiting for an electronic disclosure of evidence from the Edmonton prosecutor.

The matter has been set over until Dec. 9.

Police say a man and a woman came forward in January alleging two cases of harassment. …

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