'Hot Cop' put over until October 0
The case against an Ontario Provincial Police officer charged with theft and breach of trust has been put over until early next month.
Kara Darnley did not appear in a Collingwood courtroom for her first appearance, Tuesday morning, but was represented by her lawyer, Theresa Simone.
Darnley, a constable with the Huronia West OPP detachment, was charged in July with obstructing justice, theft under $5,000, possession under $5,000, and three counts of criminal breach of trust.
The 27-year-old received the nickname 'Hot Cop' last spring when she appeared as a contestant on Wipe-Out Canada, a reality show that puts contestants through a series of obstacles.
She was eliminated in the second round.
Darnley is scheduled to appear in Collingwood court on Oct. 2, 2012.
With files from QMI Agency.