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Police captain under investigation for abuse of power

 

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HAVANA, Cuba, April 27 (Ana Aguililla /Cambio Debate Cuba / www.cubanet.org) - A captain in the National Revolutionary Police force has been accused of selling pedicabs he confiscated from unlicensed owners.

According to Eleuterio Cortés Noroña, who lives in the coastal Havana district of Santa Fe, the captain, named Darbis, was under investigation for abuse of power.

Cortés Noroña said two pedicabs seized by Darbis in Santa Fe turned up in nearby Punta Brava, where they had been sold. He also said the captain was queried about a house he was building.

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