Windsor police constable charged with drug trafficking
A mug shot of arrested Windsor police officer David Bshouty can be seen in this undated photo. (Wayne County Sheriff's Office)
Windsor police have arrested and charged one of their own members with trafficking a controlled substance.
Police conducted an investigation involving Const. David Bshouty. The investigation was started several months ago.
As a result, Bshouty was arrested and charged on Monday.
Bshouty, 32, worked as a police officer for six years. During the course of the investigation, Bshouty was not on active duty due to a previous suspension stemming from a previous charge of possession of a controlled substance in April 2014.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor police risk management at 226-674-1360 ext. 4250.