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'Hot cop' case put over until March

Scales of Justice

Scales of Justice

COLLINGWOOD – Kara Darnley’s case has been put over again.

The constable with the Huronia West Ontario Provincial Police detachment was charged in July with obstructing justice, theft under $5,000, possession under $5,000, and three counts of criminal breach of trust.

The 27-year-old's case came before Collingwood court for the seventh time on Tuesday, but the officer has yet to appear.

Collingwood lawyer Scott Thompson, acting as an agent for Darnley and her lawyer Morris Manning, requested an adjournment for her legal representative to continue reviewing disclosure, which he has described in the past as “voluminous”.

Darnley received the nickname “Hot Cop” when she appeared last spring on the reality TV show Wipe-Out Canada – she was eliminated in the second round.

Darnley is scheduled to appear in Collingwood court on March 12, 2013.

With files from QMI Agency


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