DOJ Sentences Former Detective for Bribery

Multiple field offices worked to investigate the case.

The Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs announced the sentencing of former FBI officer Christopher Collare after a thorough investigation. It was found that he agreed to accept money or sex in exchange for manipulating upcoming prosecutions. He was also found guilty of distributing heroin and making false statements to federal agents.

“A former veteran detective for the Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Police Department, who was a task force officer with the FBI and a member of the Cumberland County Drug Task Force, was sentenced today to 75 months in prison for bribery, drug distribution and making false statements,” the Justice Department stated.

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  • For Justice Department officials as they seek to hold government employees accountable.
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Sources: Department of Justice


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