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Sting nabs two cops with $3,000, ‘agouti’
Two Central Division police officers were allegedly caught red-handed by their seniors receiving a bribe on Wednesday night. The officers, with 30 years’ service between them, may have thrown away their careers for $3,000 and an agouti, the T&T Guardian was told. Police said the officers, who are attached to the Longdenville Police Post, spent two nights in custody at the Chaguanas Police Station when a report was drafted to be submitted to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
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