Traffic police officer sold insurance and driver's licenses in Cheboksary
In Cheboksary, a 36-year-old traffic police officer has been accused of selling fake documents.
The Cheboksary city department of the ICR for the Republic of Chuvashia has initiated a criminal case against a 36-year-old traffic police officer. The policeman is accused of selling forged documents (part 1 of Art. 327 of the Russian Criminal Code).
According to investigative bodies, in July and November last year, the Road Patrol Service inspector sold fake documents to car owners in Cheboksary, as well as certificates of compulsory civil liability insurance of owners of motor vehicles, receipts for insurance premiums, and forms of driver's license with fictitious marks about its issuance by Goznak. The price of insurance certificates and receipts was 3 thousand rubles (50 dollars), that of fake driver's license – 10 thousand rubles (170 dollars).
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