A York Regional Police officer has been charged with dangerous driving causing death after a pedestrian was struck and killed in Scarborough back in February.
Investigators say 18 year old Natasha Abogado was crossing St Clair Avenue Easy west of Warden when she was struck by an unmarked cruiser being driven eastbound by an on-duty officer.
As a result of the investigation, Constable Remo Romano has been charged with one count of dangerous driving causing death.
He'll be in court in Toronto on July 24th.
It's been revealed the teen had just gotten off a bus and was crossing the street on her way home from work.
Abogado and her family came to Canada from the Philippines in 2003 and had an interest in art and the violin.
After graduating high school in 2013, she was looking to get into either fashion design,architecture or nursing.