Harassment charges against Whittlesey officer dropped

PUBLISHED: 14:51 06 August 2014 | UPDATED: 14:51 06 August 2014

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An officer who had been due to stand trial for harassment has had the charges against him dropped.

PC Gareth Booth, 32, of Whittlesey, was due to appear at court later this year, however the Crown Prosecution Service is not now proceeding with the case.

The officer remains suspended from duty pending consideration of a misconduct hearing.

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