Omsk: ICR checks mass brawl with 60 drunken policemen on colleague's anniversary
The Omsk regional Investigative Committee initiated an check into a mass brawl of 60 policemen in Kalachinsk city’s cafe, where one of the colleague’s anniversary celebration took place.
The Acting Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Omsk region Lubov Aksenova told the press that the pre-investigation check began.
The check was conducted just on 22 October only when the information about a mass brawl between law enforcement officers hit the media. The very same incident occurred week ago on 15 October. The further procedure will be decided on the check results.
According to media reports, the drunken brawl between the policemen occurred on October 15 in the city of Kalachinsk in the Omsk region. There were about 60 local law enforcement officials celebrated the anniversary of one of their colleagues in a local dining room. At some point during the feast a conflict happened and then developed into a mass brawl between guests.
The scale of the carnage was so serious that the policemen involved in the fight had to call the police and call on colleagues to help calming the conflict. On the scene not only the patrol and inspection service, but also the Head of the Kalachinsk police department Mikhail Chemodanov arrived. It should be noted that the participants in the fight not only caused injury to each another, but broke dishes and furniture in the banquet hall of the dining room.
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