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Toronto police officer steals dead person’s credit card, and stole missing person's luxury watch

 
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Toronto police officer steals dead person’s credit card, and stole missing person's luxury watch
A Toronto police constable who is facing more than a dozen criminal charges allegedly took a dead person’s credit card and stole a missing person’s luxury watch.

These are just some of the details revealed in newly released police tribunal documents in the case of Const. Boris Borrisov.

The Notices of Hearing were released on Tuesday, following Borrisov’s first appearance at the police tribunal, which looks into allegations of serious breaches of the code of conduct.

He is facing 16 misconduct charges under the Police Services Act. They are separate from the charges laid against him in April and June in connection with the theft of missing people’s belongings. Those have not been heard in court.

According to the documents, the 16-year veteran, who was part of the 53 Division Community Investigative Support Unit, was among the officers assigned to the case of a missing person identified in documents as “A.K.” on Feb. 17, 2022. The next day, Borrisov went to A.K.’s residence and allegedly took a Tag Heuer watch.

A.K. was found dead a few days later. Borrisov allegedly failed to report that he took the watch.

“Between February 18, 2022 and April 11, 2022 (Borrisov) made efforts to sell A.K.’s watch,” according to the documents.

Later on April 11, the constable was arrested and charged by police for allegedly using a debit card belonging to a missing person for fraudulent purposes.

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Re: Toronto police officer steals dead person’s credit card, and stole missing person's luxury watch
How stupid would you have to be to think you could get away with this.

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Re: Toronto police officer steals dead person’s credit card, and stole missing person's luxury watch
How stupid would you have to be to think you could get away with this.

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It happens way more than you might think.
Ask any drug dealer about how their product shrunk along with the cash confiscated when presented in court.
Thats just one example.
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