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Tuesday April 22nd, 2014

Posted at 4:37pm

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Windsor Police say that as a result of an ongoing investigation, they have laid a charge of possession of a controlled substance against David Bshouty. The charge is in relation to a small quantity of tablets, suspected to be Oxycodone, a prescription narcotic.

Bshouty, who is a Windsor Police officer, has a court date in May 2014 in relation to the charge.

Police say that their investigation is ongoing and is being handled by Windsor Police Risk Management, and that due to the nature of the investigation, no additional information can be released at this time.

This is his second charge in as many week. Bshouty was arrested while entering the United States from Windsor on Saturday, April 12th. He is charged in Detroit with felony possession of a controlled substance less than 25 grams.

Constable Bshouty has been suspended from duty.  He was hired as a cadet by the Windsor Police Service in February 2009. He currently holds the rank of Constable in Patrol Services where he has worked since his date of hire.

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