Not Obtained His License, He Accuses a Policeman for Having Called for a Pot of Wine
19 Septembre 2013 - Défi Media Group
Who is right? A police officer alleged that a candidate during a road test, allegedly threatened to harm, while the latter accused the Bloodhound have requested a pot of wine. They complained to the post of Line Barracks on Saturday.
A constable of 37 years, assigned to the Traffic Branch, was on duty Saturday. His task was to pass a road test (road test) for candidates. Around 11 am, a candidate of 39 years, living in Highlands, Phoenix, came to make his test drive in a car. After the exam question for licensure, 30 to 11 am, the officer will inform the applicant that he had failed his 'road test'. It provided an explanation for it knows exactly the cause of this failure.
In a subsequent post at the Line Barracks testimony, Constable indicates that the candidate could not admit his failure. He allegedly pointed a threatening finger to the police giving him on an aggressive tone: " Tone faire moi fail. Mo pe pran to nom et to numéro, …, mo Madame ene inspecteur la police dans Southern division, mo pou dire mone trouve toi prend cash dans l’enveloppe " While this individual was threatening to harm the police, other people were present in the office. Feeling humiliated in public, the constable immediately recorded a statement. In his complaint, he adds another constable may witness the scene mentioned.
The candidate in question advance a different story. He filed a complaint against the officer in question, accusing him of having called for a pot of wine. " Après le ‘road test’, le policier m’a lancé : « Ki to pou faire pour sa deux fautes là? J’ai vite compris qu’il me réclamait un pot-de-vin. J’ai refusé de céder à sa demande. Avant de quitter le bureau, le policier devait ajouter : To pas pou faire ene zest ? "?
The candidate said he asked the officer to clarify his request. He then said he wanted money. Investigators, the candidate says: " Je n’ai pu me concentrer sur mon test en raison de l'attitude du policier. Il m’a fait échouer le ‘parking test’. Mon frère a assisté à la scène… Je laisse à la justice et à la police le soin de faire leur travail. J’ai dit à ce constable que son attitude était ‘inappropriée’ et que ma femme est également inspecteur de police et qu’un tel acte lui vaudrait cher " he added. Contacted by the Defi Media, Dharmarajen Mooroogan, communications manager of the police, declined to comment on the case. Line Barracks police conducting the investigation.