The municipality of Pontiac former chief of public works, Frank Fiorillon, faces two counts of breach of trust and impersonating a peace officer. This was announced by the Anti-Corruption Unit UPAC yesterday. The man reportedly claimed to be a UPAC investigator last November.
He also allegedly attempted to manipulate documents related to municipal contracts and authorized an excavation contract for more than $ 25,000 to a subcontractor without a call for tender.
According to an article in the daily Le Droit, the UPAC investigation began in December 2016 and ended on September 8, with the authorization of the complaint by the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP).
Frank Fiorillo, who now lives in Montérégie, is scheduled to appear at the Gatineau Courthouse in November.