Breaking: B.C. RCMP Officers Admit to Indecent Exposure, Mishandling of drug Evidence
The RCMP has included at least 10 officers from B.C in disciplinary measures for various allegations, including operating police vehicles under the influence of alcohol, purchasing and using cocaine, sending sexual text messages to a survivor of domestic violence and attempting to commit insurance fraud against ICBC.
These include Const. Wilhelm Scheepers – Williams Lake RCMP., who faces three allegations of misconduct. Among these were harassing a Prince George woman that caused her to fear for the safety of her and her young children and drunk driving.
RCMP const. Ryan Fulcher has been determined to have exposed himself to two teenage girls in 2018. Fulcher was fined 10 days’ pay and forfeited 10 days of annual leave. He was given the opportunity to continue his career with the RCMP, but any future misconduct could likely lead to his dismissal.
Const. Navjot Singh Sandhu was dismissed from the force over allegations that he committed acts of domestic violence against his wife, including pushing her down the stairs while she was pregnant.
Cpl. Scott Falkingham – Kelowna RCMP, a user of methamphetamines, failed to properly account for drugs seized during his duties. In each case, Falkingham took weeks to complete property reports and enter exhibits.
It remains unknown whether additional names will be released.