A Toronto police officer who was still collecting paycheques a year after the force tried to fire him — for what a hearing officer dubbed a period of “egregious” misconduct — has resigned.
Former constable Matthew Brewer — whose list of misconducts included following his spouse with a handgun while he was in a “state of crisis,” pepper spraying a handcuffed suspect in the back of a police cruiser, as well as impaired driving and cursing at a staff sergeant he believed was sleeping with his common law partner — is no longer being paid as of Tuesday, Toronto police say.
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