Former Police Officer Admits to Deprivation of Liberty in Magistrate’s Court

This morning in Magistrate’s Court, 43-year-old Sam Frasier-Smith, a former police officer, pleaded guilty to deprivation of liberty on October 28 of last year.

According to the Crown, the complainant in the case went to a residence on Harrington Sound Road to deliver food from the Sargasso Sea delivery service on the date in question.

While speaking to someone at the residence, Mr. Frasier-Smith aggressively confronted the complainant and demanded that they show him two forms of I.D. He then ordered the complainant to place them onto the ground.

The complainant was eventually allowed to leave the residence and told their superiors about the incident. The superiors subsequently called the police. Mr. Frasier-Smith was arrested later that same night.

The Court ordered that a Social Inquiry Report be conducted for Mr. Frasier-Smith and adjourned the case until Thursday February 3 for sentencing.
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