Criminal charges stayed against former Chatham-Kent police officer
CTV Windsor Published Wednesday, August 28, 2019 4:41PM EDT
Kenneth Miller, in this handout photo from the Chatham-Kent Police Service
Criminal charges against a former Chatham-Kent police officer have been stayed for one year.
Kenneth Miller was charged with sexual assault and breach of trust following an alleged incident with a woman in November 2014, when Miller was a police officer.
However, Crown attorney Jason Nicol told a Chatham courtroom the complainant was not in an emotional or psychological state to testify.
Nicol is hoping the female complainant will be in a better position in the future.
In March 2018, Miller received a 60-day jail sentence for pleading guilty to a 2015 incident.
miller tendered his resignation from the police service in 2018.