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Police: Man Tried To Bribe Officer To Help With Burglary

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (UPI) — A Florida man accused of offering to pay a police officer to help him burglarize a pawn shop was arrested on a bribery charge, police said.

The Panama City Police Department said Daniel Norona, 24, of Panama City, was aware of the officer’s status as a police officer when he approached the officer and offered money in exchange for help with a burglary plan, WMBB reported Friday.

Norona was arrested Tuesday and charged with bribery of a law enforcement officer and conspiracy to commit burglary.

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