The National Police Inspector travels to Puerto Plata to investigate the shooting at La Mulata, Sosua where a German national got killed last year
PUERTO PLATA. – The General Inspector of the National Police traveled during the morning on Thursday to Puerto Plata, to monitor the investigations into the alleged exchange of fire occurred on October 17, 2012 in the residential area La Mulata III, Sosua, where the police officer was shot by a German citizen Peter Ebert Demetrick, in a confusing incident which has not yet been clarified by the authorities. General Bello Frener Arias by offering exclusive statements to reporters of the Puertoplatadigital lamented that “the last two times he traveled to Puerto Plata was to investigate situations whether members of the police had been involved” because he said “this interests the President of the Republic, Danilo Medina and the new Chief of Police, Major General Manuel Castro Castillo, all internal of the institution is made as transparent as possible. ”
He explained that “in coordination with the Attorney Chief Prosecutor of Puerto Plata, Judge Núñez Alba Pichardo, proceed to carry out interrogations and police officers who participated in a raid recklessly almost a year ago to a residence inhabited by foreigners in La Mulata III (residential tourist town of Sosua), which then triggered an intense firefight where Demetrick Peter Ebert died. The officer, said: “We come to the last stages to investigate the real causes of this incident as the German citizen Peter Brunck formally lodged a complaint against two colonels of the National Police for alleged assault, perjury addition of violation of their rights and property. “ Unofficially, it’s emerged that two police officers will be investigated on this case, Colonel Roberto Salcedo Santos who at the time of the event served as manager of the Criminal Investigation Department in the Northern Regional Directorate and in addition also Puerto Plata Colonel Raymundo De la Rosa Ogando (The Cigarrú), who commanded the Inspectorate of the National Police in Sosua.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital
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