Wednesday 8 February 2023

OIJ Raids Cosevi Central Offices

Investigators are looking into alleged donations of confiscated property

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The Consejo de Seguridad Vial (Cosevi) – road safety council – offices in La Uruca was raided this Monday morning, as investigators delve into the alleged donation of confiscated property.

Photo Rafael Murillo, La Nacion

The Ministerio Publico (Prosecutor’s Office) said that the purpose of the raids on the central offices of the Cosevi was to collect evidence in their investigation.

It was minutes shortly after 7:00 am when agents of the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ) and left after 8:00 am.

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The press office of the Cosevi was quick to say that the police action did affect users, that all services, such as drivers licenses and payment of traffic tickets, among others, were functioning normally.

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