Peel Regional Police officer charged after single-vehicle collision in Mississauga

A police officer has been charged with an impaired-related offence after a single-vehicle collision in Mississauga, Ont., Peel Regional Police say.

The force said that on Thursday at around 2 a.m., officers received a report of a single-vehicle collision in the Royal Windsor Drive area.

Peel Regional Police said no injuries were reported as a result of the incident.

Police said Const. Terrence Bayley, a two-year employee of the Peel Regional Police, has been charged with impaired operation with excess blood alcohol.

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According to police, Bayley has been suspended with pay under provisions of the Police Services Act and is scheduled to appear in court in Brampton in November.

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“Once the criminal court proceedings have been completed, a Police Services Act investigation will follow,” a news release read.

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