She hid her face in her hands and then hid her tears in her arms. The policeman Luis Gustavo Gálvez Párraga cried when he heard the sentence of preventive detention for six months ordered by the Eighth Specialized Preparatory Investigation Court for Corruption Crimes of Junín Officials.
The investigation is being carried out by the First Anticorruption Office of Junín, which has Vanesa Olivera Ayre as provincial deputy prosecutor. The agent is accused of the crime of passive bribery within the scope of the police function for having requested the sum of 150 soles from a rural van driver (Combi), so as not to impose a traffic ticket and to return his driver’s license. held.
If the crime is proven, at least 5 years of imprisonment await him, so there is a high probability that the person under investigation may try to evade the actions of justice, added to this is the serious impact on the image of the institution. produced by the misbehavior of police officers.
To achieve this preventive detention, the representative of the Public Ministry used the information found on the investigated cell phone, where there were records of communications with the complainant, as well as calls with other police officers, who would have tried to intercede so as not to impose the ballot, in addition , the video surveillance cameras located near the place of intervention were used for the magistrate to issue this preventive detention order. The internment of the investigated person to the Huamancaca Chico prison was ordered immediately.