The case of a man charged in the death of a Toronto police officer has been put over to next month.
Umar Zameer, 31, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Const Jeffrey Northrup.
The 55-year-old police officer was struck by a car in a parking lot at Toronto City Hall on July 2 while investigating reports of a robbery in progress.
Police have alleged the collision was an intentional and deliberate act.
Zameer’s case was put over to Aug. 13 following a brief court hearing on Friday.
Northrup’s funeral was held last week and drew officers from across the country to Toronto.
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