Charges will be filed against 131 persons for prank calls
SANTO DOMINGO. The Justice Department will file charges against 131 persons for making prank calls to the National System for Attention to Emergencies, 9-1-1.
The Attorney General of the Republic, Francisco Dominguez Britos, offered the information as he took part in the meeting with the media in the Orlando Martinez Hall of the Presidential Palace, in which he also said that drivers with outstanding tickets would not be able to renew their licenses.
The magistrate reported also that they will use photographs captured by the System of Video Cameras to support the case files on persons surprised committing some type of crime.
Dominguez Brito assured reporters that in the three weeks that the 911 program has been working, the hundreds of cameras placed throughout Greater Santo Domingo have captures 358 cases of which 53 were traffic accidents, 20 were fights and three of drug trafficking, among other violations of the law.
He said that the 131 cases that they have presented for prank calls to 911 have been properly formulated with their investigative reports and the corresponding paperwork.
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