A Miami-Dade judge has reduced bond for a former Opa locka police officer accused of punching a man in 2012 during a domestic disturbance call.
Former Opa-Locka Sergeant German Bosque has been fired eight times in his career. On Friday, Bosque turned himself in and is now in jail without bond.
Police Lt. Alexander Hernandez pulled back the chambering lever on the AR-15 assault weapon and it slapped forward with a loud clack, reverberating around the conference room. The menacing-looking weapon was exhibit A at a hearing Wednesday as the Opa-Locka Police Department argued Sgt. German Bosque should be fired for leaving the rifle with his girlfriend’s father while out on leave last year.
A former Opa-locka police officer wants his job back after he was fired from the department for the sixth time Wednesday. CBS4 News learned of the latest termination from our news partners at the Miami Herald.
Opa-locka Police Sergeant German Bosque has been suspended, fired and re-hired multiple times. But, he remains a certified officer, despite currently being suspended on allegations of misconduct.