Mercedes driver responsible for accident with shooting on Moscow Ring Road detained
In Moscow, police officers have detained a Mercedes driver allegedly responsible for the traffic dispute and the subsequent shooting from a traumatic gun.
According to the Moscow City News Agency citing a source in the law enforcement bodies, the accident took place on the evening of June 23. A victim reported to the police that the driver of Mercedes had caused an accident involving her Hyundai at 46th km of the outer side of the Moscow Ring Road. After that, he fired with a traumatic pistol Osa at the victim’s car door.
Immediately after the incident, the culprit escaped from the incident scene, and was detained by law enforcers on Obruchev Street in Moscow on July 20. It turned out that he was a 34-year-old resident of the Obruchev district of Moscow without prior convictions, the agency reported.
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