LA PAZ, Bolivia -- Police in Bolivia have arrested the president of the nation's football federation for alleged corruption.
The prosecutor's office issued a brief statement Friday on Carlos Chavez's arrest that offered no details beyond saying it was part of an "investigation of presumed corruption" in managing state resources.
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Chavez was arrested after eight hours of questioning and sent to jail in Sucre, where the prosecutor's office is located.
The investigation into Chavez and other top figures...