Daughter of Vladikavkaz ex-prosecutor comes under investigation for threatening police
A criminal case has been opened on Camilla Kumehova, daughter of the former prosecutor and former head of the Investigation Department of Vladikavkaz. She threatened policemen with a knife.
After the incident, experts of the Investigative Administration of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in North Ossetia opened a criminal case under art. 318, para. 1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("threat of violence against a representative of law-enforcement agencies”).
In early May, according to the Investigative Administration of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in North Ossetia, police stopped to check a car occupied by Camilla Kumehova. At first she started a fuss and argued with the police, and then pulled out a knife and began to threaten them, saying that she would not suffer any consequences even if she killed policemen.
A Court has fined Camilla Kumehova 500 rubles on a charge of disorderly conduct. However, the prosecutor's office decided that this is not enough, inspected and investigated further, and consequently opened a felony case against her. Now she faces a possible sentence of up to 5 years in jail.
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