FSB officers find fighting grenade and mine in Bryansk PD head's stuff
A criminal case on the illegal storage of explosives has been initiated against Dmitry Suprun.
Bryansk FSB officers found a fighting grenade and a mortar mine in the garage of Dmitry Suprun, the head of transit police department at Bryansk-1 railway station, TASS reported.
A criminal case was initiated against Major Suprun who is accused of illegal storage of explosives (part 1 of Art. 222.1 of the Criminal Code), the ICR press service informed.
According to the FSB, the policeman kept an F-1 grenade and a 50-mm mortar mine in his garage. Examination showed that they contained about 140 grams of TNT. If Suprun is proven guilty, he could face up to five years in prison.
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