Drug dealer from Saratov threw a grenade into police officers
Law enforcement authorities were wounded and hospitalized.
In the Polivanovka settlement, located in the regional center, a man threw a grenade into the police officers, who had come to search him. As a result, officers were wounded and hospitalized, the press service of the Investigative Committee on the region reports. As local media with reference to a source report, the man passes on the case of illicit trafficking by drugs.
It is noted that the sanction on a search was received by decision of court. Field investigators arrived to the private house for carrying out investigative actions in the evening, on June 2. The host allowed them into the yard, and then suddenly got the grenade and undermined it.
It is specified that two locals, who entered the household as witnesses together with police officers, have not suffered - law enforcement authorities managed to bring them from the yard.
The man is detained, criminal case under article Infringement of Life of the Law Enforcement Officer is initiated against him. The operational-investigations group works at the scene.
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