Head of Traffic Police Department in Chebarkul fired for “drunk” accident
The ex-policeman says that he was not driving, and the car accident was staged.
The head of the Traffic Police Department in Chebarkul, the Chelyabinsk Region, police captain Grigory Kerusenko, who was behind the wheel in a drunken state and caused a traffic accident, was fired “for committing an offense that damages the honor of an employee of the internal affairs bodies,” the regional MIA Directorate reported after the completion of service checks.
In respect of Kerusenko, a protocol was drawn up on non-compliance with obligations in connection with a road accident (part 2 of Article 12.27 of the Code of Administrative Offenses). The ex-policeman can be deprived of the driver's license for a period of one to one and a half years or placed under administrative arrest for up to 15 days.
It is to be recalled that on the night of April 21, Kerusenko got into an accident, in which no one was injured. The policeman left the scene in violation of paragraph 2.5 of the Traffic Rules.
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