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Transit police officer, Randeep Randhawa, charged with dangerous driving in Surrey crash

Darpan News Desk BC Prosecution, 18 May, 2022 04:37 PM
  • Transit police officer, Randeep Randhawa, charged with dangerous driving in Surrey crash

The BC Prosecution Service (BCPS) announced today that a charge of dangerous driving causing bodily harm has been approved against South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service (Transit Police) officer Randeep Randhawa in connection with their involvement in a motor vehicle incident on November 4, 2020, in Surrey BC.

An information charging Cst. Randhawa with one count of dangerous driving causing bodily harm contrary to section 320.13(2) of the Criminal Code was sworn on May 18, 2022, under Provincial Court file number 248979.

The first appearance on this matter is scheduled for June 15, 2022, in Surrey Provincial Court.

The charges were approved by an experienced Crown Counsel with no prior or current connection with the officer.

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