Sudbury police officer Christopher Labreche pleads guilty to fraud

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Sudbury police constable Christopher Labreche has pleaded guilty to one count of fraud under $5,000. Labreche pleaded guilty to falsely claiming $1610 worth of professional health services he did not receive, including vision, massage, chiropractic care and physiotherapy.

Judge Catherine Mathias-McDonald granted Labreche an absolute discharge, which means he will not serve any jail time. He will have to pay a victim surcharge of $1,000.

Read the full article at CBC News.