They forged documents and tried to bribe the police: fine and 80 hours of community work

Two men, identified as Maximiliano Roca and Héctor Navarro, were sentenced to pay a fine of $ 10,000 and $ 6,000 correspondingly for falsifying documents and attempting to bribe the police who detained them.

The sentence includes the suspension of the trial for two years and the obligation to perform 80 hours of community work, each.

The fact for which they were convicted occurred on June 9, when police personnel from the Teresa de Calcuta Operational Unit, while traveling through San Martín and Rivadavia streets (Pocito), observed a White Chrysler Neon vehicle doing strange maneuvers.

When they were intercepted, Roca and Navarro stated that they only had a driver’s license but no car papers. The police immediately detected that it was an apocryphal card and proceeded to arrest Roca.

Immediately afterwards, Navarro invites the policemen to talk in a more remote place where he offers them 3,000 pesos to let them go.

The officers immediately proceeded to apprehend Navarro, giving notice to the fiscal assistant on duty who is present to carry out the corresponding judicial and expert reports.

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