Tijuana Mexico: increase in bribe attempts to police by those who are intoxicated

Posted on August 19, 2012 • Filed under: Corruption, Crime, Mexico, Police/Military Activity, TRAVEL

In the more than forty cases have been recorded this year for attempted bribery against Municipal Police, in order to not do their job or to vacate any detained , added two more tries bribery, this time from a man who offered 500 pesos to free two workers drunk, and a drunk who offered 400 pesos for not being sent to the judge.  The first case was reported at 17:15 pm on Friday at California Avenue and Rio Lerma Street Greenway of the colony’s delegation Sanchez Taboada, where close to a grocery store police arrested the name Miguel Rosalio Aaron Alfaro, 61, Daniel Gomez Coria, 43, and Ernesto Marcos Ayala, 35.  “(Aaron Alfaro) officials offered the sum of 500 pesos national currency dejeran to release two of its employees who were drinking alcoholic beverages in public,” he said in the police report. Read Article

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