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Mother of seduced teen may be investigated for trafficking
National District Attorney Rosalba Ramos says the mother of a minor for whom a general and a colonel are being held accused of sexual abuse could also be investigated for alleged trafficking or complicity in her daughter's relations with the police officers, General José Alejandro Antonio Acosta Castellanos and Colonel Ángel Antonio Bautista Piña.

The prosecutor also reported that the alleged drug trafficker that the minor had visited in prison could also be investigated, on the assumption that he had given money to the minor to make the complaint against the police officers.

"In the end, the evidence will determine what we should do," said the prosecutor. The girl is now 17, but on social media several videos were circulated showing her having sex with the police officers. Reportedly, the sexual abuse with the police officers dates back to when she was 15 years old.

On Tuesday, the judge of Permanent Attention of the National District, José Alejandro Vargas, ruled three months of preventive prison against General Antonio Acosta Castellanos and Colonel Ángel Antonio Bautista Piña, who were sent to the Special Operations Prison of the National Police in Manoguayabo. At the time of his arrest, Acosta Castellanos was the police commander for the Cibao Central region, the second most important in the country.

General Acosta and Colonel Bautista are accused of seduction of the teen, even when the mother of the child did not formalize a complaint.


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