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New Police director was sanctioned in the case of the residential La Mulata III in Sosúa

PUERTO PLATA .- The new director of the National Police was one of the officers punished for several crimes committed by members of that institution during an irregular search in Sosúa, where in 2012 a German citizen was murdered, a Haitian injured, and more than 60 million pesos disappeared.

Last night General Ney Aldrin Bautista Almonte was appointed by a presidential decree as the new head of the National Police, he was the head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DITEL) when on October 17, 2012, a questioned raid occurred in several residences of the urbanization La Mulata III of the municipality of Sosúa.

In that raid, police troops illegally stormed a village killing the German Peter Ebert Demetrick, severely wounding the Haitian Rigaud Frere and three safes “with more than 60 million pesos, jewels and other valuable objects” disappeared.

Likewise, on August 5, 2013, the head of the National Police confirmed the sanction of three generals for the irregular raid that took place in Sosúa, Puerto Plata, and detailed that the generals Ney Aldrin Bautista, Máximo Báez Aybar and Pablo Almonte Morales were sanctioned and reprimanded for their undeniable negligence in the case.

In the disputed incident, 17 members of the National Police participated, including three brigadier generals and two colonels, who were punished for the “disappearance” of three safes containing garments and cash worth 60 million pesos.

Until the present time, it was only known that the safes “disappeared” during the search carried out by agents of the National Police in the Housing Project La Mulata III of Sosúa, during the headquarters of Major General José Armando Polanco Gómez, but ironically the investigations were made in the police headquarters that presided by the major general Manuel Castro Castillo.

It was stated that the investigations would have been carried out by a commission of officers headed by the Inspector General of the National Police, Brigadier General Frener Bello Arias, who interrogated about 25 members of that institution, among them General Ney Aldrin Bautista Almonte, Pablo Roberto Almonte Morales and Máximo Báez Aybar, who were directors of Crime Intelligence, Northern Regional and Criminal Investigations, respectively, at the time of the “disappearance” of the three safes.

The information disclosed at that time stated that the investigations revealed that General Ney Aldrin Bautista Almonte was informed by Captain Gersón Acosta Polanco regarding the disappearance of the safes with the alleged sum but that instead of personally dealing with the the subject matter of this general was limited to ordering an investigation, even though two arrest warrants were issued against Colonels Roberto Salcedo Santos and Raymundo de La Rosa Ogando (El Cigarrú).

Source: Puerto Plata Digital

Sep 2, 2017

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