Dominican police officer fatally shot by colleague during dispute at cash machine
SANTO DOMINGO — Authorities in the Dominican Republic say a policeman has been shot to death by a fellow officer in apparent dispute over use of a cash machine on payday.
Preliminary police reports say Lt. Bernardo Montero is dead from a bullet allegedly fired by Sgt. Yuder de los Santo during a heated argument Tuesday at a bank ATM. The sergeant was wounded. Some witnesses report that the dispute started when Montero bypassed a line of customers at Banreservas. That is a state bank where police, military and other public employees receive their wages.
Police Chief Jose Armando Polanco has ordered a special investigation to determine exactly what happened.
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