A Porsche Cayenne driver after being chased by the police sheltered himself behind his general father’s influence
In the south of Moscow, a Porsche Cayenne car driver after being chased by the police and detention threatened them with the problems with his general father.
On June 20th, near Andropov Avenue, the district traffic police tried to stop Porsche, which continued to move at a red light and nearly hit the pedestrians. The driver did not obey their demands and tried to escape violating traffic rules. In the parking lot at the Kolomenskoye Park, the reckless driver jumped out of the car and ran away, but the police caught and arrested him. Thedriverstruggledonarrest.
It has established that the offender is 20-year-old Artem M. According to witnesses, at the time of his arrest, he behaved strangely, fell and demanded to call an ambulance. However, the young man refused to be medically examined. Together with the driver there were two girls in the car.
Life reported that the detainee has promised the police to cause problems with his father, who is allegedly a general. "Do you know what will happen to you? Irememberedthenumbers", hesaid.
It is to be recalled that on May 22 at Leninsky Prospekt in Moscow, elite youth on Geländewagen got engaged in a race with the police. According to the investigators, when a car was chased by the traffic police, the young people continued to perform dangerous maneuvers, "creating a real threat to life and health" of the policemen. According to the law enforcement, in the car, in particular, there was the son of the Vice-President of "Lukoil" Ruslan Shamsuarov. He and the others are now the persons of interest in the criminal case and are charged with the threat of violence and insult against a government representative.
Viktor Zakharchenko, who is accused of embezzlement of 4 million rubles (~70.000 USD) from the funds of the bank Moskovskoye Ipotechnoye Agentstvo (Moscow Mortgage Agency), was placed under house arrest.
Officer of the FSB in Moscow and the region Pyotr Koryugin participated in the extortion of 2 million rubles ($34.800) from an Azerbaijani citizen, and he warned a drug dealer about a forthcoming search for 300.000 rubles ($5200).