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UPAC lay two charges

Chris Lowrey
MUN. OF PONTIAC Sept. 14, 2017
After a nearly year-long investigation, Quebec’s L'Unité Per-manente Anticorruption (UPAC) has laid charges against the former head of Public Works at the Municipality of Pontiac.
Frank Fiorillo, who served as the Municipality of Pontiac’s head of Public Works from August 2016 to November of 2016, has been charged with breach of trust and impersonating a peace officer.
The breach of trust charges stem from an investigation into the awarding of municipal contracts without tender. The charges for impersonating a peace officer are related to Fiorillo allegedly impersonating a member of UPAC.

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