Ex-policeman got 11 years for drug traffic in Voronezh Region
The law enforcement authority marketed the prohibited substances to a former prisoner.
Court of the Voronezh Region found former police officer guilty and sentenced him to 11 years of maximum security penal colony for drug traffic, the press service of the Investigative Committee of the region reports.
According to the case papers, the policeman’s ‘regular customer’ was a former prisoner, to whom the law enforcement official repeatedly sold the prohibited substances.
The police officer was detained by the staff of Administration of the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Voronezh Region in 2016 during ‘test purchase’. The law enforcement authority tried to flee the place in his car, but was still detained. During the investigation, dismissed from police for negative motives, he did not admit his guilt.
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