A prison guard placed in detention (in France) for “delivery” of
Feb. 14, 2020
A prison supervisor indicted for passive bribery. He is accused of “deliveries” of cannabis and telephones.
Posted on February 13, 2020 at 8:15 p.m., updated on February 13, 2020 at 8:32 p.m.
Presented Thursday (February 13, 2020), to an investigating magistrate of Fort-de-France, the prison guard was indicted for “passive bribery of the person depositing public authority, drug-related offenses, surrender unlawful to detained by person responsible for monitoring detainees “, explains Renaud Gaudeul, the public prosecutor.
He was placed in pre-trial detention in a remand center in France. He faces a sentence of 10 years’ imprisonment.
Three other people presented to the examining magistrate, placed under supervision
One, 33, is accused of having supplied the prison warden with drugs for personal consumption. Put under investigation of the counts of acquisition, detention, transport, offer and transfer of narcotic drugs, he was placed under judicial control.
The second, aged 37, a former detainee at the Ducos prison center, is accused of having asked the prison supervisor to introduce cell phones for his benefit. “ Charged for active bribery of the person depositing public authority and concealing the unlawful surrender to a detainee, he was placed under judicial supervision “ , specifies the prosecutor.
The last, aged 22, a former partner of an inmate at the Ducos prison center, is accused of having supplied the prison warden with drugs and alcohol for the purpose of handing over to his imprisoned companion. “Indictment of the heads of acquisition, detention, transport of narcotic drugs and active bribery of the person holding public authority, it was placed under judicial supervision”, indicates Renaud Gaudeul.
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