Three St. Thomas Police officers are due in court in London next month on assault charges.
The Special Investigations Unit was called in after an arrest in February that saw a man, who it was later discovered was not the person they were looking for, injured.
According to the SIU, on February 2nd, several St. Thomas Police officers were conducting surveillance in connection with a jewellery store robbery in a residential area in London near Southdale Road East and Adelaide Road South.
At around 4 p.m. that day, officers followed a taxi to Nadine Avenue, removed a male passenger, and arrested him in relation to the investigation.
The 35-year-old man was injured during the incident though the extent of the injuries have not been released. He was then released once officers realized they had the wrong person.
The SIU announced on Monday that the investigation has concluded with Constables Frank Boyes, Sean James, and Daniel Spicer each charged with assault causing bodily harm.
They are due in court on May 31st.