Ex-employee of Voronezh police caught drug dealing in Yekaterinburg
During the arrest of the drug dealers a police badge was found in a purse, belonging to a 33-year-old blonde. It turned out that the woman had served a year ago in the Novousmansky MIA Directorate near Voronezh in the rank of captain, from where she was dismissed due to loss of trust.
Employees of the MIA in the Sverdlovsk region with the help of volunteers from the foundation City Without Drugs detained three suspects in the drug trade last week.
Among them, there was a former employee of one of the regional departments of the MIA of the Voronezh region, Voronezh news portal Moyo Online informs. This was revealed after a police badge was found in her purse during the search.
During the interrogation, it was found out that the police officer of the Novousmansky MIA Directorate, Polina, who had served her captain's rank, was fired from the Ministry of Internal Affairs a year ago with the wording "loss of trust."
All three arrived in Yekaterinburg at the end of August, with the aim of earning money from the distribution of illegal substances. First, two accomplices were detained, and after them their partner. During a search of a rented apartment, the police found convolutions with goods that had not yet been packaged (about 350 grams of prohibited smoking mixtures) and two pneumatic pistols.
In the MIA Directorate for the Novousmansky district, the news portal confirmed that the woman detained in Yekaterinburg did work for them until she was fired for not submitting a certificate of income on time (according to the official version). Polina, as she said, forgot to return the badge and permission to carry the personal weapon after being fired.
Who the drug dealers worked for is still unknown. However, the actions of couriers qualify under the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation as an illegal sale of drugs, which threatens detainees, depending on the amount of drugs that had been found, from 4 to 20 years in prison.
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