Harvey Colchado was denounced by President Pedro Castillo. The document that formalizes the summons indicates that it is carried out at the request of the PNP inspector, General Segundo Mejía Montenegro, recently appointed to that position by the president.
PNP Colonel Harvey Colchado leads the group of police officers that supports the team of prosecutors in charge of investigations around President Pedro Castillo./
Colonel PNP Harvey Colchado-leader of the group of police officers that supports the special team of prosecutors in charge of the investigations around the president- arrived at the headquarters of the General Inspectorate of the National Police, in Surquillo, at around 11 in the morning, who summoned him to today. This after the complaint against him made by the president Pedro Castillo.
As reported on Tuesday by El Comercio, police sources specified that in this proceeding they will be notified of the president's accusation so that they can provide their defenses within five business days.
Después de ello, la Oficina de Disciplina N°21 tendrá 25 días hábiles para resolver si corresponde archivar el caso o iniciar un proceso disciplinario (en esta etapa pueden decidir suspender al oficial mientras duren las investigaciones).
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The document that formalizes the summons indicates that it was commissioned by the PNP inspector, General Segundo Mejía Montenegro, recently appointed to that position by Castillo.
This Wednesday, El Comercio revealed that PNP General Carlos Tuse Lloclla, Director of Investigations of the PNP Inspector General's Office that channeled Castillo's complaint, is linked to two investigated by the Special Team.
PNP General Carlos Tuse founded in 2010 and was manager of the security company Najai S.A.C. Héctor Pasapera, who is being investigated for the Puente Tarata case, is one of the partners and current manager of the company of the PNP officer who works in the Inspectorate.
According to police sources, through that same office it was established that Disciplinary Office No. 21 would be responsible for conducting the process against Colchado.