SAN ANTONIO -- It was San Antonio Police Chief William McManus who put the cuffs on one of his own accused of planting false evidence on a victim and then demanding cash.
[...]"He kept telling me also, 'You want your license? You know, you want your record to be clean? It's only $400,' and he wanted $400 on the spot. And I didn't have the money on me." Jusab said.
Jusab says the officer asked to search his car. He says the officer planted marijuana in the vehicle and threatened to arrest him.
[...]Under the direction of the FBI Jusab recorded several subsequent telephone conversations with the suspect in which Lundy allegedly instructed Jusab to meet him on Thursday to deliver the cash, now upped to $500.
SAPD said officers observed Lundy arrive at the agreed location in a patrol car. They watched as he reportedly collected the envelope filled with cash. Lundy was arrested following his Thursday night shift.
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