Ex-Senator's son who knocked down Moscow policeman confessed to using cocaine
Police stopped the Timur Gallyamov's Land Cruiser for checking documents.
The son of ex-Senator from the Amur region Amir Gallyamov, Timur Gallyamov, who knocked down a traffic police officer in Moscow, admitted that he was in a state of drug intoxication. Now, this information is being verified.
According to REN TV, Timur Gallyamov said that he had used cocaine. Therefore, he allegedly was frightened when the police stopped him and gave it some welly.
Recall that the son of the former Sports Minister of the Moscow region and former Senator of the Federation Council Amir Gallyamov, Timur Gallyamov, was detained after he knocked down the traffic police inspector.
Police stopped the Timur Gallyamov's Land Cruiser for checking documents. After that, the son of the Senator decided to hide from the inspectors. The Traffic Police pursued the offender. In the area of Mosfilmovskaya Street, the inspector ran to the SUV, at which point Gallyamov deliberately knocked down the policeman and tried to escape. However, he did not manage to go far. Witnesses noted his poor behavior.
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