Agency clears Saskatoon police of starlight tour

Public Complaints Commission draws conclusion on starlight tour allegation against Saskatoon police officer. File / Global News

SASKATOON – The Public Complaints Commission (PCC) revealed its conclusion on a starlight tour allegation against a Saskatoon Police Service officer on Friday.

The allegation claimed that a local officer took 19-year-old Drayton Bull to an isolated area in -30 degree temperatures and left him there on Jan. 21, 2013.

Records obtained from Saskatoon police confirmed no police vehicle was outside city limits during the alleged incident.

Witnesses advised that Bull had consumed several alcoholic beverages and appeared drunk that evening.

Bull acknowledged that he blacked out for periods of time and did not specifically identify a police officer.

PCC says there is no reasonable basis to support Bull’s complaint and no further investigation is required.


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