Krasnodar military court to check judge who hit woman in crosswalk while drunk driving
The court is going to check whether there was a disciplinary offence in Arsen Krikorov’s actions.
The Krasnodar garrison military court is going to carry out a check of the judge Arsen Krikorov who hit an 18-year-old student in the crosswalk while drunk driving and threatened the road accident’s eyewitnesses with arrest in December, 2018, reports Znak.com with reference to the court’s representatives.
“Cognizant officers are considering the issue related to a functional check of Krikorov A.V in order to define whether there was a disciplinary offence in his actions,” the court stated.
Video showing Krikorov threatening the road accident’s eyewitnesses with arrest had earlier been posted on social networks. The eyewitnesses say the official at the wheel of his KIA Optima hit the woman who was crossing the road in the crosswalk at the junction of Turgenev and Stakhanovskaya streets with the yellow traffic light on.
After that, according to the eyewitnesses, Krikorov tried to escape the scene, however his car was blocked by other drivers. Then, the judge got out of his car and started threatening everyone with arrest and waving his judge badge in their faces.
Major of the Operative Unit No. 6 in the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, Kirill Dvoretskov, is the nephew of General Boris Pishchulin, who used to head the police of the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.