|(hispanicallyspeakingnews.com) - A Dominican Republic jail warden, Severino Brazoban Guzman, has been arrested for smuggling cocaine and marijuana to prison inmates at the La Victoria prison.
Guzman was found with over 108.6 grams of cocaine and 198.6 grams marijuana that was hidden in his underwear and boots.
Dominican authorities suspect Guzman was selling drugs to the inmates and caught him during a surprise prison inspection after getting a credible tip. They believe Guzman was working on behalf of narcos that were trying to introduce drugs into the prison.
All antinarcotics agents to undergo polygraph tests
DominicanToday.com – All members of the National Drugs Control Agency (DNCD) will undergo polygraph tests as part of a program launched by the antinarcotics institution with resources and equipment provided by the government of England through its embassy in the Dominican Republic.
The announcement was made by DNCD chief Rolando Rosado, who received a RD$2.0 million check as well as the equipment to efectively detect whether or not the men and women responsible for fighting drug trafficking lie during their performance.
"For the first time we have the opportunity to submit our staff to this demanding test, so we will not have to go to other agencies for those purposes," Rosado said.
For the DNCD staff to undergo the test, Rosado said, the agency had to go to other agencies such as the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Dominican Watchdog Note: This was about time, thousands has already been fired from the police and military! This test should be done all the way to the Generals and I promise you another 1000 would be fired in less than a week and If the PLD government officials was included for corruption, you can close the entire country down... ha ha