Puerto Rico Police
14 July 2012. Javier A. Diaz Castro, 30, a former Porto Rico police officer was sentenced to 40 years term in jail for providing security for drug deals in an FBI sting in which he received $2,000 per transaction, authorities said. Dias was convicted in December for possession of cocaine and firearms for the furtherance of drug transactions. Diaz provided security for what he believed were drug deals at least twice in 2010, but the transactions turned out to be part of the FBI sting, authorities said. As part of the FBI’s Operation Guard Shack, which targeted public corruption and cocaine trafficking, 88 law enforcement officers and 44 others were indicted in October 2010.