Police officers provide damning testimony in 'dirtiest cop' trial

Opa-locka police Sgt. German Bosque accused of assaulting, holding victim against his will

By Amanda Batchelor - Senior Digital Editor

MIAMI - Three Opa-locka police officers testified Wednesday in the trial of a man dubbed Florida's "dirtiest cop."

The alleged victim, Korey Davis, took the stand again Wednesday morning reiterating his claims that suspended Opa-locka police Sgt. German Bosque punched him during a domestic call Aug. 3, 2011, while he was holding his young child.

Several officers took the stand for the state, their testimony at times not helping Bosque.

One officer said he had "no idea" why Davis was in handcuffs at the police station. He also said he didn't see any reason why Davis should be arrested.

Another officer said she hadn't seen Davis commit any crimes at the police station.

Surveillance cameras inside the police station do not show Bosque getting into an altercation with Davis, but they do show Davis in a holding area for about 15 minutes.

Bosque is charged with kidnapping, battery and tampering with a witness. He faces life in prison if convicted of the kidnapping charge, a first-degree felony.

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