False Imprisonment Trial Starting for Former Opa-locka Police Sergeant

View Comments ()



    German Bosque

    The trial for a former Opa-locka Police sergeant accused of false imprisonment was expected to begin Tuesday.

    German Bosque, 50, is accused of illegally handcuffing and detaining a man at the Opa-locka Police station after the man tried to file a complaint.

    The man attempted to file the complaint on Aug. 3, 2011, after Bosque allegedly punched him while responding to a domestic call, authorities said. The man was held against his will and not allowed to file the complaint, authorities said.

    Bosque, who also faces a misdemeanor battery charge, was fired by Opa-locka Police in October 2012.

    News breaks at inconvenient times.  Download the NBC6 mobile app and have the news come to you. Watch live streaming newscasts, receive critical push notifications on the go and stay in touch with your city around the clock. 


    Get the latest from NBC 6 South Florida anywhere, anytime: iPhone/iPad App | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | RSS