SIU unable to ID Toronto cop who kicked man in face, no charges

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- An investigation by one of Ontario's police watchdogs has turned up enough evidence to suggest a Toronto police officer committed a crime by kicking a man in the face during a raid but not enough detail to identify who delivered the blow, the agency's director said Wednesday.

Tony Loparco, head of the Special Investigations Unit, said the officer who broke the nose of the 24-year-old university student during a house raid last October would likely be facing a charge of assault causing bodily harm based on accounts uncovered during a probe of the case.


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