CORNWALL Ontario – We interrupt Cornwall City Councilor Brock Frost’s charge to establish a Code of Conduct for Council to report that reliable information suggests that the good councilor has been given summons to appear in a Quebec Court regarding a criminal charge of false security issued via the Cornwall River Kings while Mr. Frost was owner.
Allegedly the bond issued as security for the team (Royal Bank) was not a legitimate device.
Speaking to Quebec Police it was stated that in the case of a summons not being attended to, a warrant for arrest would be issued at which point Cornwall Community Police may be involved to serve said warrant.
No charges have been proven against Mr. Frost at this time. He has not responded to our request for comment. Denis Boisvert of the LNAH has also not responded with a comment as of press time.
According to the Municipal Act a councilor could only be removed from duty if convicted and serving jail time, essentially unable to fulfill his duties.
Mr. Frost was fined by the league for not finishing games he had agreed to and is being sued in Superior Court by Darren Madden over Mr. Frost’s attempt to dump the team after gaining his seat on council.
Frost recently gave up on a lawsuit against CFN which he filed and neglected to serve. A costs award is due shortly.
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