Tobolsk: Ex-police officer convicted for making drug stashes is at large
In the Tyumen region, the former police officer has been released despite the court conviction over distribution of drugs.
33-year-old ex-officer of the Tobolsk police Tatyana Chernega, sentenced to 3 years for the distribution of drug 'stashes', is at large.
According to URA.RU, someone has seen the woman in Tobolsk. At the same time, in November 2016, the court found her guilty of abuse of office. To recall, as previously reported by the CrimeRussia, willing to look good for her superiors, special agent of the Tobolsk Drug Control Department of the intermunicipal MIA office Tatyana Chernega organized a provocative drug sale to a 39-year-old drug addict. To implement her idea, she had her 34-year-old drug addict friend involved, asking her to make a drug stash in one of the city's high-rise apartment houses and report its location to the above-mentioned. Later, the drug-dependent man was detained red-handed carrying the contents of the stash.
When Tatyana Chernega's plan was exposed by police investigators, she was dismissed from the police and charged under item с part 3 of Art. 286 of the Russian Criminal Code. The Tobolsk City Court found her guilty and sentenced to 3 years' imprisonment. However, she is currently at large.
Meanwhile, the Tobolsk City Court's outer office has refused to comment on the situation, stating that they will only respond to a written request from the press with the permission of the court chairman.
It is noteworthy that according to relatives of the citizens convicted for drugs, who have come to the police's attention thanks to Tatyana Chernega, she had not only provoked the latter to buy drugs, but also planted the illegal substances on them, both via intermediaries and personally.
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