Two Toronto Officers Charged After Allegedly Taking Edibles While on Duty

Two Toronto officers who allegedly took edibles while on duty back in late January of 2018, Vittorio Dominelli and Jamie Young, have been charged with attempting to obstruct justice and breach of trust.

The two officers were only busted when they called for emergency assistance at about 1 a.m. because one of them got stuck in a tree.

CBC News reports that the officers complained of hallucinations. They were both found in a police vehicle and then taken to a hospital to be treated. It is believed that Dominelli and Young obtained the edibles following a raid of the marijuana dispensary Community Cannabis Clinic. Basically, this is the plot of a buddy cop movie gone terribly wrong.

To make matters worse, Dominelli and Young had some unexpected company when they were taken to the hospital for treatment. The female officer who responded to the scene sustained a serious head injury after slipping on ice. The police report alleges that the officers “attempted to obstruct, pervert or defeat the course of justice, by destroying or converting to their own use, evidence.”

Dominelli and Young were suspended with pay. Their court appearance is scheduled for June 7.

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Rihanna Congratulates Barbados’ First-Ever Female Prime Minister

It looks like Rihanna is still majorly keyed into the politics of her home country, Barbados. On Friday night, she took to Instagram to congratulate the new prime minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley, who just happens to be the country's first woman prime minister.

Rihanna wrote, “Say hello to my new prime minister and most importantly the FIRST FEMALE prime minister of Barbados… the honorable Prime Minister @mamottley 🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧🇧💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿💝💝💝💝 well deserved and about time! breaking barriers and making history in so many ways!!! Congratulations 😍 💅🏾”

According to Huffington Post, Mottley won in a landslide victory and is only the eighth prime minister to lead Barbados since 1966, the year the country attained independence from Great Britain. Mottley has also held an office in Barbadian government for almost 30 years.

Rihanna has also had a whirlwind of a year, so far. She released her lingerie line, Savage x Fenty, and graced the cover of Vogue, where she revealed that she and Drake now “don’t have a friendship,” and that her next album will be a full-on reggae album. She also co-hosted this year’s Met Gala.

While the singer was away at the Met Gala, a man trespassed onto Rihanna’s property and allegedly stayed the night before he was tased and arrested by police. He was subsequently charged with multiple felonies, including first-degree residential burglary, vandalism, and stalking.

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