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London, Ont., police chief apologizes for taking years to lay charges in hockey sexual assault case


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London Police Service Chief Thai Truong apologized Monday that it took six years to lay sexual assault charges against five former members of Canada’s 2018 world junior hockey team. The initial police investigation, which began shortly after the June 2018 complaint, ended without charges in 2019 and was reopened in 2022 by Truong’s predecessor.

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