Shot caller bashes in police station; several policemen injured
The incident occurred on January 8, 2018.
In Ulan-Ude, a criminal case has been initiated against a 44-year-old criminal shot caller who picked a fight with police officers during detention, and afterwards bashed the police station. A man is accused of committing two episodes under part 1 of Art. 318 of the Criminal Code (Use of Violence Against a Representative of the Authorities).
It is known that the incident occurred on January 8, 2018. The accused was drunk after visiting one of the entertainment institutions of the city of Ulan-Ude. He sat behind the wheel of his Land Rover and began to move. Soon the man was stopped by a traffic police unit.
Not only that the accused was drunk driving, but also he was deprived of a driver's license. Employees suggested joining a service car, but instead he began to insult the authorities and fight. At the same time, another car appeared; five men came out from it and began to push the policemen away from the detained driver.
The scuffle was stopped only after the reinstatement. With regard to a drunken man, a protocol was drawn up, but he tried to tear it.
A drunken hooligan was taken to the police station. On the way, the man struck the police car driver's hand. When the detainee was already taken to the police department, he began to behave quite inadequately. He began to beat his head against the walls, break furniture and threaten the police. When policemen started filming him, he approached the operator and struck him into the stomach.
The detainee was taken into custody. Operative actions are carried out. Along with the criminal prosecution for the use of violence against government officials, a man will also be charged with a crime under Art. 264.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Drunk Driving).
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