Chronicle: Hispanic driver offers money to Georgia police

Chronicle: Hispanic driver offers money to Georgia police. It seems that Francisco Camacho will never understand how to behave. The Mexic...

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  • Chronicle: Hispanic driver offers money to Georgia police.
  • It seems that Francisco Camacho will never understand how to behave.
  • The Mexican has been arrested multiple times for different crimes.

There are definitely people who understand the hard way, but apparently there are also others who don’t understand even the hard way and this is the case of Francisco Camacho, a Mexican citizen who resides in Georgia and who this year alone has ended up in prison dozens of times after committing multiple crimes.

From January to October, Camacho, 42, has been arrested six times on charges of domestic violence, making terrorist threats, trespassing on private property, and the last time he fell for driving without having a valid license and to top it all, while intoxicated.

His uncontrollable desire to drink puts him in trouble again and now the Hispanic offers money to the police

Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money
Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office

Last week Camacho came up with the idea of ​​driving to a nearby gas station to look for liquor even though he knew perfectly well that his license was suspended and that was not enough for him. After buying the intoxicating drinks, he got into the truck, sat in the seat, and started drinking it right there.

The Mexican had the misfortune that at that precise moment an agent of the Gwinnett Police Department passed on foot, who approached him when he saw that he was committing the crime of intoxicating on public roads. Since that jurisdiction belongs to the authorities of the city of Norcross, he called them on the spot, but retained Camacho. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

In today’s chronicle, the Hispanic offers money to the police and pays the consequences

Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money
Norcross City Police Department

Agent Jonathan Reyes responded to the call of his colleague from Gwinnett. Upon reaching the indicated site, he immediately recognized Camacho. “You again?”, He asked … “Hello”, the man replied, apparently already half intoxicated. “Are you drinking? How did you get here? ”Asked the uniformed man again. “Well, driving.” Enough confession …

“I’m going to tell you about my problem, it’s that my wife doesn’t love me anymore and that’s why I came to buy some drinks. But I can give you money if you want ”… Camacho told the law enforcement officer in an apparent bribery attempt, which is an extremely serious crime. Fortunately, Agent Reyes chose to ignore him. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

Camacho and Reyes have already met several times

Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money
Norcross City Police Department

Both Camacho and Agent Reyes know each other perfectly and not because they are great friends, but because the uniformed man is the one who has already arrested him most of the time and this was no exception. After running some field sobriety tests and failing any, she handcuffed him again.

And even if he hadn’t been drunk, he would have taken him to jail anyway because he couldn’t legally be behind a wheel since a state judge recently suspended Camacho’s license for committing serious infractions of road regulations and violating other Georgia laws. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

They imposed a 15 thousand dollar bail

Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money
Norcross City Police Department

Camacho was confined to the Gwinnett local prison, where many of the jailers also know him very well. In fact, for having such repetitive criminal actions, this time they imposed a much higher bail than on previous occasions. To be able to leave, you will have to pay almost 15 thousand dollars of bail.

Much higher than the penultimate time he was arrested when, again intoxicated, he tried to burn his partner’s vehicle after having a strong argument with her. Camacho’s wife, whose identity will not be disclosed as she is considered the victim of a serious crime, called 911 to report that her husband had lost his mind.

After hitting him, he went to douse his car with gasoline

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

When asked for details about his actions, he stated that he had only just physically abused her, but that it had not been enough. She informed the operator that Camacho had in his possession a tank of gasoline and that at that precise moment he was spraying it on his family’s truck to set it on fire since he was very upset.

Immediately, several Norcross police patrols and even a fire department arrived at the home. They found him red-handed. When the uniformed officers arrived, they found Camacho at the scene, standing next to the vehicle that his partner said he was trying to burn. Nearby was a tank that holds a gallon of gas, but it was completely empty. They surrounded him and he wanted to pretend that nothing was happening at home.

“She doesn’t want to lend me her car”

Chronicle woman burn car
Francisco Camacho. (Gwinnett County Sheriff)

However, as he was carrying his drinks on him, just a couple of minutes after they began to question him, he began to “sing” as they call him in certain Latin American countries to the practice of releasing information to the police. Little by little he was exposing his version of the story, the part that according to him was the truth about what happened that night. Filed Under: Chronicle Burn Your Car.

According to Francisco, the altercation with his wife began when she refused to give him the keys to the truck because he needed to go out and buy some things. He simply refused to loan them, which made him very angry. “You lend it to your son who doesn’t even have a license,” he told one of the law enforcement officials.

“My wife does not understand me”

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

“She does not understand me,” added the man, also claiming that he did not take good care of him or take good care of him. “So is that why you hit her?” Asked the agent. “No,” Camacho replied, completely sure of his answer. “Did you want to set fire to the truck that’s parked there?” “I didn’t do that either,” he insisted. Filed Under: Chronicle Burn Your Car.

When it was the turn of Francisco’s partner to expose what had happened, he said that he had hit him precisely because he did not want him to start driving since he was completely intoxicated, which infuriated him so much that he told them that no one else I would drive that car again because I was going to burn it right there and at that precise moment.

The woman did not hesitate to point out him as a liar

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

For this reason, he said that he had chosen to call 911 as he feared for the safety of his family. In the home there was a girl and an adolescent, who also testified the same thing against Camacho, so the police already had more evidence to be able to apprehend him and formally accuse him. Filed Under: Chronicle Burn Your Car.

Before handcuffing Camacho, the agents asked him a few final questions. Were you seriously going to start your wife’s car? ”,“ No ”, the suspect replied again and bluntly. “So why does it smell like gasoline around the car?” “I don’t know,” he said, already a little more nervous than before. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

He pulled out the lighter to smoke

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

“I need to smoke,” Francisco said before reaching into his pocket and pulling out his box of cigarettes. “You will not do it. For your safety I will not let you do it because you could have fuel in your body and it is dangerous ”, ordered the uniformed man, so the suspect had no choice but to comply. Filed Under: Chronicle Burn Your Car.

He was so restless that since smoking didn’t work for him, he came out with something else. “Then at least you’re going to let me go to the bathroom because I’m peeing,” he said. “No. Stay here for now, ”the agent told him. “It’s okay. I’m going to pee right here ”and immediately began to unzip his pants. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

Francisco began to talk more than necessary

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

“Okay. Let’s go to the bathroom then, “said the agent and followed him home second. I was even behind him while he urinated. Once his need was satisfied, Camacho began to accuse his wife of being a marihuanera. “She likes marijuana,” he denounced. “Look friend, now we are not here for that, but for what you were doing,” he replied just before handcuffing him. Filed Under: Chronicle Burn Your Car.

The police considered that he had enough elements to formally accuse Camacho of domestic violence for the alleged physical attacks against his partner and of attempting to commit a terrorist act. He was booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center where a state judge bail him for $ 7,000. Filed Under: Hispanic Chronicle Offers Police Money

He went straight to jail

Chronicle woman burn car
Photo: Norcross City Police.

Again the liquor returns to do its thing by destroying families and the lives of individuals, but no matter how much we expose cases like this, there are people who do not seem to understand. Hopefully by the time they react it will not be too late and they are involved in a truly irreparable problem.

Camacho should seek help as soon as possible. First of all, you must recognize that and that you have a serious addiction to drinking in order to take that big step that helps you get out of the abyss into which you are sinking more every day. For your own good you should do it as soon as possible. Thank you for reading my chronicle today in MundoHispánico. Until next time. Filed as: Chronicle Hispanic offers police money

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