@CopsConsTV obtained lapel video of an incident in Albuquerque NM, where a man found out Officers weren’t easily bribed out of letting him go for some quick cash.
According to a criminal complaint, Albuquerque police officers stopped a vehicle on Central due to its lack of a license plate. The driver, 35-year-old Federico Gonzalez, told police he had just bought the car and he hadn’t registered it yet. When police ran his information through NCIC, they found he had an active warrant for battery on a police officer.
Police say after Gonzalez was arrested, he even bribed an officer saying, “…Come on man, I’ve got some money, you want some money?” After a search of his vehicle less than an ounce of marijuana was found along with a garbage bag full of cash.
Once Gonzalez was en-route to the police substation, the complaint states Gonzalez attempted to bribe police a second time telling them he could set up monthly payments to the arresting officers. Gonzalez was kept in a holding cell while police counted the cash, which totaled $125,253.11. Gonzalez was charged with bribery of a police officer and possession of a controlled substance.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxW1LlJSwpM ** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **