Mountie to stand trial on obstruction charge

A former Red Deer Mountie accused of tampering with evidence will be tried in September on a charge of obstructing justice. Sgt. Richard Graydon, 48, is accused of removing his notebook after it was admitted as evidence for a civil trial underway in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench during September 2010.

A former Red Deer Mountie accused of tampering with evidence will be tried in September on a charge of obstructing justice.

Sgt. Richard Graydon, 48, is accused of removing his notebook after it was admitted as evidence for a civil trial underway in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench during September 2010.

Graydon was testifying in a lawsuit in which an elderly trucker who was seeking damages for a claim that he had been the subject of excessive force.

Graydon was to have been tried on the charge in late March. A new trial has been set for Sept. 3 and 4 in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench.

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