Rich Oil Worker Bribes Cops $10,000 to Be Released

@CopsConsTV obtained body worn camera of a January 16th, 2022 incident involving Tyler Handley and the Carlsbad Police Department. Handley was observed swerving in traffic lanes.

The officer started his DWI investigation, but Handley admitted he was drunk. Handley bribed the officer $10,000 and the money in his wallet to let him go.

Handley got more belligerent as the night went on with his arrest. He harassed a female officer, told officers they can make more money in the oil field, and tried to escape the jail.

We are sharing the footage in news reporting and educating.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN3eKq0Swig ** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **

Author: rafael.nieves

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49 thoughts on “Rich Oil Worker Bribes Cops $10,000 to Be Released

  1. When I was younger a law enforcement officer gave me five bucks to buy food from a food truck the next day I went to go pay him back he said slow down son and told me you just can’t give money to an officer in public like that the public might think you are bribing me. I said silly goose that I am

  2. Sooooo to drink to drive meaning he isn’t in his right state of mind to drive but he is in right state of mind to bribe someone?

  3. Your RIGHT to remain silent does not apply to the requirement of new Mexico state law that you take the test? The CONSTITUTION is above any states laws. Period. He does not have to answer any question.

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