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Special ops corporal charged with theft, trafficking | CBC Canada
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Special ops corporal charged with theft, trafficking | CBC Canada

Members of CANSOFCOM wait outside a Canadian Special Operations Forces Command change of command ceremony in Ottawa on April 25, 2018. A corporal in CANSOFCOM has been charged criminally for allegedly stealing goods from his unit and selling some of them online. (Patrick Doyle/Canadian Press)

A member of the military’s Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) has been criminally charged for allegedly stealing clothes, GPS units, fans and other equipment from his unit, then selling some of them online.

Cpl. Pedro Collier, based in Ottawa, is charged with one count each of:

  • Theft over $5,000.
  • Possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Possession of a prohibited device (a magazine for a C7 assault rifle, which is standard issue in Canada’s military).
  • Trafficking stolen goods.
  • Breach of trust.

Source: Special ops corporal charged with theft, trafficking | CBC Canada