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Transport Authority supervisor accused of corruption back on the job
2013-07-09 14:01:26 | (0 Comments)
The Transport Authority area supervisor accused of breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act has been released from police custody and has resumed normal duties.
The 52-year-old man was released on Sunday following interrogation by police investigators.
He had been in custody since July 1.
The Transport Authority supervisor was held during a sting operation in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew while accepting an alleged bribe.
It was alleged that the supervisor corruptly solicited a sum of money from the driver of a public passenger bus after it was revealed that he was operating contrary to his Road Licence.
His attorney Hensley Williams says his client was not pointed out in an identification parade which was held late last week.
Williams had said he would go to court if his client was not released by the weekend.
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