Ontario police officer accused of working as realtor while on shift

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July 7, 2021- A York Regional Police officer has been charged with fraud, accused of working as a realtor while on shift.

Investigators said earlier this year, they launched an investigation into a constable working in the information management unit who “was working as a Realtor during his scheduled YRP working hours.”

On Tuesday, Jamil Saade, 30, of Markham, was identified. He was arrested and charged with one count of fraud under $5,000.

Saade has been a police officer for eight years. The 2020 Ontario Sunshine List revealed Const. Jamil Antonio Saade earned $112,000 plus taxable benefits of $558 that year.

He is next scheduled to appear in court in Newmarket on Aug. 3.