Wednesday, April 18, 1990

Ontario body to study police sex probe

The Ontario Police Commission will review the internal police investigation of an escort service operated by a policeman amid allegations by a former prostitute that two other officers were involved in the scandal.

Chairman Douglas Drinkwalter said it looks like a "tempest in a teapot" but his assistant will review the file this week.

"We don't have any big grave concerns," Drinkwalter said today.

"I'm looking at it because The Toronto Star has made such a big deal of it and many members of the public are asking what the heck is going on."

The review follows an offer by Metro Police Chief William McCormack to open any necessary files for the commission.

Yesterday, he angrily rejected a 26-year-old former call girl's claim that the force had not thoroughly investigated two officers she says were involved with Constable Gord Junger in the escort service.

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