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When Biscayne Park Police wanted to maintain their perfect crime stats for burglary arrests, they allegedly found a way to fudge the numbers: arrest a 16-year-old for unsolved burglaries. The Miami-area department arrested the minor in 2013 for four separate burglaries, according to ABC News — only, there was allegedly no evidence the teen actually did it. This is all according to an indictment filed by federal prosecutors. The prosecutors charged Monday that former Biscayne Park Police chief Raimundo Atesiano instructed full-time office Charlie Dayoub and reserve officer Raul Fernandez to carry out the arrest of the minor, referred to in the indictment by only the initials T.D. Prosecuto... Tout l'article

13 juin