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4, 4, 2019 5:47 PM EST
Gerry Bennett SunMedia
The case of a former fire chief who faces multiple charges of theft and fraud from his municipal employers has been set over for two weeks.
The Ontario Court of Justice agreed to the delay on Friday to allow more time for Gerry Bennett’s lawyer to review the Crown’s disclosure of the evidence.
Bennett, 60, former joint chief of the fire departments of Gananoque and the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, has been charged with 15 counts of fraud, three counts of theft, and six counts of uttering forged documents in connection with his employment with the two municipalities. He also is charged with one count of breach of trust.
Bennett’s lawyer, Josh Clarke of Ottawa, was given until Jan. 18 to review the Crown’s case against his client. Neither Bennett or Clarke appeared in court on Friday.
The OPP’s Ottawa-based anti-racketeering squad laid the charges in December following a two-year investigation.
OPP spokeswoman Cynthia Savard said the alleged offences occurred between 2012 and December 2016 when Bennett was abruptly suspended by the municipalities.
Contacted after the charges were laid, Clarke indicated that Bennett intends to plead not guilty to the charges.
“He looks forward to the opportunity of defending himself,” Clarke said at the time.
Bennett was the dual fire chief of Gananoque and TLTI for 15 years until his dismissal two years ago. He was officially employed by the town, but the TLTI agreed to pay half his $118,000-a-year salary to head up the two volunteer departments.