The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved York Regional Police — Supt. Mark grant was drinkng and driving when killed
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
- Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police was a known problem drinker and has gone trough many stints as an alcoholic
- Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police was caught drinking and driving numerous times and all were "covered" by his bosses at York Regional Police
- empty beer cans, as reported by Durham police, were found in Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police vehicle
- York Regional Police are on a smear campaign to say that Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police was "broad sided" by the victim.This is FALSE. Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police drove through a stop sign with a flashing red light
- his "fiancee" was extremely intoxicated when brought to the hospital
The facts are Supt. Mark Grant of the York Regional Police was extremely intoxicated and was driving erratically before the accident. It is not his first time drinking and driving. But it will be his last. Don't believe the hype:
TORONTO - York Regional Police force have lost another one of their own.
Supt. Mark Grant — a 32-year veteran of the force — was off-duty when his car was struck by a pickup truck at the intersection of York-Durham Line and Sandford Rd. in Uxbridge Thursday at 3:40 p.m.
Grant, 54, was pronounced dead at the scene.
His 54-year-old fiance and the 76-year-old pickup driver remain in hospital with serious injuries.
Grant was returning from the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago when the accident occurred.
“It is with deep sadness and regret that York Regional Police advises of the death of a senior officer … I offer my heartfelt sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of Superintendant Grant, ” Chief Eric Jolliffe said in a statement.
Jolliffe said Grant joined the force in 1979 and worked in Criminal Investigations, Mortality, Intelligence, and Drugs and Vice Enforcement before being promoted to inspector and superintendant in 2010. He was last in charge of Information Services.
Grant had twice received the governor general honours for exemplary service.
York Regional Police Const. Garrett Styles, 32, was killed in June while pulling over a speeding van.
Another GTA officer, Toronto Police Sgt. Ryan Russell, 35, was struck and killed in January while trying to stop a stolen pickup equipped with a snow plow.
Durham Regional Police are investigating Thursday’s crash.