A former police constable will face two charges of misconduct in public office over allegations that he sold information to the Sun newspaper.
Alan Tierney, who was with Surrey Police, was allegedly paid £1,750 for giving details of two cases that were linked to high-profile individuals.
It is claimed that in 2009 he passed on information linked to one shoplifting case and another involving a witness to domestic violence.
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