J.H., was charged with one count of obstructing a peace officer in the lawful execution of his duty. The allegations against her were that she interfered with a police investigation by falsely identifying the wanted party as being someone other than who he was. It was also alleged that she interfered with the police by calling the suspect on his phone and advising him to run as the police were on their way to arrest him. Mr. Pyzer represented J.H., and was successful in having the charge withdrawn the morning of trial at the request of the crown attorney’s office.
M.D., was charged with obstruct police and possession of crack cocaine. The allegations against M.D., were that as a result of an undercover police investigation he was located in a suspected crack house. Following a transaction for crack cocaine with an undercover police officer, police barged into a residence and chased the suspected drug dealer upstairs. M.D., was alleged to have blocked the officer’s upon their entrance into the residence by body checking them. Upon his arrest he was found to be in possession of a quantity of crack cocaine. Mr. Pyzer represented M.D., and was successful in having the charge against him withdrawn prior to setting a trial date. As such, M.D., does not have a criminal record as a result of this charge.
The accused, E.W., was charged with obstruct police. The allegations against E.W., were that he was stopped by the Ontario provincial police pursuant to a highway traffic act stop. E.W., was said to have been aggressive towards the officer and repeatedly reached into the officer’s cruiser attempting to retrieve his documents from the officer’s vehicle. After being cautioned multiple times by the officer, E.W., was arrested for obstructing a peace officer in the lawful execution of his duty. Mr. Pyzer represented M.D., and was successful in having the charge against him withdrawn the morning of his scheduled trial date.