Wilfredo Gonzales In Viral Road Rage Is A Dismissed Cop Due To This Case

The man in the viral road rage video, Wilfredo Gonzales, was dismissed as a cop because of this reason.

The former policeman caught in a viral video is Wilfredo Gonzales and this was the reason why he was dismissed as a cop.

Wilfredo Gonzales was the man in the viral video taking out a gun during a road confrontation with a cyclist. He and the cyclist have patched things up between them, however, the ex-cop is not yet off the hook.

The road rage incident with a cyclist went viral online. In a previous article, he said this regarding his action, “It was a mistake that I pulled out and cocked the gun even though I didn’t point it at him.”

In a statement of Gonzales, he added that after that incident, he and the cyclist involved went to the police station to make amends and agreed to forget what had happened.

Wilfredo Gonzales

Meanwhile, Attorney Raymond Fortun shared that the cyclist was forced to sign an agreement with the former cop. The cyclist was even forced to pay Php 500.00 for the scratches of the car.

It’s also been found that Gonzales was not the registered owner of the red car. In turn, it violates Land Transportation and Traffic Codes such as Section 27 (Improper Person to Operate a Vehicle) and Section 48 (Reckless Driving).

The uploader of the video was also threatened. As a consequence of his action, authorities revoked the gun license of a former police officer.

And recently, another detail about the ex-cop was unraveled. He was a policeman formerly assigned at the QCPD Station 9 in Anonas.

However, he was ordered to be dismissed by the Office Of The Ombudsman. He, along with 10 others which included their station commander. The dismissal happened in 2000 and they were dismissed for releasing two Chinese nationals in exchange for Php 650,000.00.

These Chinese nationals were arrested for carrying 1.5 kilograms of methamphetamine hydrochloride.

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