The Bad Cop Invested in the Gambling Arcades, and Committed Arson on the Car, was Fired from the Police Department

An officer of the LAW, who knew it was wrong what he was doing, and still, did it, and he only received, suspension, believe it or don’t!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated….

There was an arson of a car in the Mado Substation jurisdiction in August, and the whole case, as the department investigated, was by Hu the officer who worked at the precinct, having debt disputes in the gambling arcades, and felt displeased that the worker of the arcade, Sun owed him money and not paid, he’d set Sun’s car on fire, he was, malicious; the Tainan D.A.’s Office called Hu to the offices, after interrogating the officer, Hu had the bail of $100,000N.T. for public endangerment and gambling charges.

The head of the Tainan City Police Department was furious upon hearing the news, believed that Hu had destroyed the reputations of the police office, yesterday, he’d fired Hu from his job and given him two major reprimands.

The Mado Police was investigating a car getting burned down on August 20th of this year, the car was almost completely, totaled, the owner, Sun wondered how the car caught fire?  As the fire department examined it closely, they’d found an urn underneath the car as the origin of the fire, after reviewing over the street surveillances, they suspected that there’s a high chance that this was, an arson.

The police went by the description of the victim who’s car was burned up, and zoomed in on the forty-four year-old officer, Hu who had debt problems with the owner of the car, Sun, and reported to the district attorney’s office to start up a specialist task squad, to secretly investigate Hu’s money flow, his communication, and his whereabouts too.

The police and the district attorney’s office investigated, that Hu worked in the police department for over two decades, mostly, on desk or internal duties, three years ago he was transferred to the city, but not long thereafter, he transferred back to Mado, was suspected of investing into the arcades, as the fund supporter of the places, that Hu was displeased at how the worker, Sun owed over hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts and not collected, in the middle of the nights, he’d committed arson on Sun’s car; as an officer of the law, when he’d gone to commit arson, he was wearing a cap, a mask on purpose, and dodged the surveillance cameras by placing an ignited pot of fire underneath the sedan, and half an hour later came the explosion, the burning down of the car.

Hu denied the allegations, claimed that he had an alibi, the police reviewed over the surveillance footages, although there was not a perfect view of the suspect, but the victim pointed out, how Hu was the owner of the gambling arcade, and the district attorneys believed that there’s enough evidence for a search warrant.

Based off of understanding, Hu is good looking, but as he worked in the police department, he’d gone on a lot of calls, made many connections with the locals, and this time the problem of his discipline came, some say that they’re, “not surprised one bit”.   Jeng stressed, that if the officer was found to have broken the laws, he will NOT cover for his subordinates, and will chase to the bottom of what had actually, happened, and do what’s, right.

So, this, is an officer who KNEW what he was doing was wrong, and still did it, and because he couldn’t get the debts owed to him by a player of the arcade, he’d, set his car on fire, and he got caught on tape, and, being fired from his work at the police station would be, the LEAST of his, worries, because he is looking at getting charged, and maybe, jail time too!

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