Germany deported runaway culprit who knocked down to death Rosgvardia employee in Moscow
Mercedes driver Alexander Lomov, who knocked down to death a 27-year-old employee of Rosgvardia in December 2016, managed to keep away from the investigation for more than six months.
The extradition of the accused in a fatal accident was conducted at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation. Fugitive Lomov will finally stand trial.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, on December 13, 2016 Alexander Lomov, being at the wheel of Mercedes G 63 AMG, came racing out the pavement on Baumanskaya Street, where he knocked down 27-year-old employee of Rosgvardia Yuri Karpov. The blow was so strong that Karpov died before the doctors arrived. On this fact, the investigators opened a criminal case under Art. 264 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation Violation of Road Traffic Rules and the Operation of Vehicles, which caused by accident the death of a person.
Dissadeared from the scene Lomov was declared first in federal, and then international search. In January 2017, the court arrested him in absentia. In July this year, the man was found in Munich, where law enforcers detained him. It should be noted that Russian siloviki continue to search for the owner of a foreign car, native of Georgia Karen Gubasaryan. Earlier, the court arrested some property of Gubasaryan for the repayment of civil suits of the relatives of the deceased.
Video: Fatal car accident on Baumanskaya Street
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