Former Surrey Mountie pleads guilty to breach of trust after Creep Catchers sting

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A Surrey RCMP officer who was caught in a sting by the group "Creep Catchers" has pleaded guilty to breach of trust. Jill Bennett reports on what happens next – Aug 30, 2018

A Former Surrey RCMP constable who was charged after a Creep Catchers sting two years ago, has pleaded guilty to one of the charges against him.

Dario Devic has pleaded guilty to a charge of breach of trust.

He was charged after a sting by Surrey Creep Catchers, a group that poses as underaged girls online to catch men who meet them for sexual purposes.

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Devic’s lawyer, Rishi Gill, says the other more serious charge, attempting to lure a child under the age of 16, will be stayed.

He says photographs sent to Devic clearly showed an adult woman and Devic never intended to meet a minor.

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The case will be back in court Sept. 11.

Devic was discharged from the RCMP earlier this year and he is no longer a member.

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