JUSTICE

Bucharest Police deputy chief suspect in influence peddling case

Chief-commissar Roberto Ababei, one of the deputy chiefs of the Bucharest Police, was taken to the National Anticorruption Department (DNA) on Wednesday on suspicion of a 10,000 euro trafficking in influence.
Judicial sources say the officer promised company managers who were being verified by his colleagues that he would talk to the Economic Police and help them, ‘Adevarul’ says.
Chief-Commissar Roberto Ababei has been the Deputy Director General of the Bucharest Police since February 2013. According to his 2014 asset disclosure form, he owns an Audi A6 passenger vehicle bought in 2009 and has no immovable property in his name. In 2007, he took a bank loan of 86,800 Swiss francs with 15 years maturity and two loans with the special Police lending body totalling RON 48,000. In 2013, Ababei made RON 88,000 as a police officer and his wife, also a police officer, RON 51,000. The chief-commissar Roberto Ştefan Ababei, aged 43, has been the Deputy Director General of the Bucharest Police since February 2013. Previously, he had headed the Bucharest District 2 Police (April 2010 – 5 February 2013).

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