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Surrey man Gurmandeep Singh Atwal arrested for personating a Peace Officer

Darpan News Desk Richmond RCMP, 17 Feb, 2021 12:26 AM
  • Surrey man Gurmandeep Singh Atwal arrested for personating a Peace Officer

BC Prosecution Services has approved charges against a Surrey man after he allegedly posed as a peace officer at a home in Richmond on the evening of January 29th, 2021.

26 year-old Gurmandeep Singh Atwal faces one count of Personating a Peace Officer, contrary to section 130(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada,and one count of Carrying a Concealed Weapon, contrary to section 90(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada.

Atwal was arrested on February 11th and remains in custody.

The Richmond RCMP Serious Crime Unit continues to investigate.

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