Chinese man arrested for bribing police with P100,000 in Taguig 

A Chinese man was arrested by the Taguig police for allegedly bribing police officers with P100,000 for the release of his friend. 

The Taguig police identified the suspect as Bin Li, 40, sales manager. Confiscated from him were 100 pieces of P1,000 bills totaling P100,000 and one Alien Employment Permit (AEP) ID. 


The arrested suspect and the bribe money (Photos from Taguig police)

According to the police, the bribing incident happened on March 26 at the Taguig police’s Substation 1 at 40th Street corner 9th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City in Barangay Fort Bonifacio. 

The police said Bin Li went to the police station and asked for his friend, Deng Jiliang, 33, Chinese national, who was arrested for violation of Republic Act 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002). 

Bin Li allegedly approached the arresting officers and offered them the P100,000 in exchange for the release of Deng Jiliang. 

He will be charged for violation of Republic Act 3019 (Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act).