Omsk MIA Directorate head cruelly beat train driver in Moscow metro
Sergey Goyev was diagnosed with a concussion.
Colonel Alexey Merkushov, Head of the Omsk MIA Directorate, initiated a fight in the Moscow metro, portal NGS55 writes with reference to the press service of the Academy of Management of the Interior Ministry.
According to the publication, Merkushev was in Moscow for studying at the Academy. The press service of the educational institution said that in connection with the incident the security officer had already been expelled, a check is being conducted now.
The fight took place on July 10 at 11 pm in the entrance hall of Kashirskaya metro station. The police officer attacked train driver Sergey Goyev, who was traveling on the train that day as an ordinary passenger, specifies Police Ombudsman Telegram channel.
According to witnesses, both were drunk. Thus, alcohol was found in the blood of Goyev, Merkushov refused to undergo medical examination. The driver was diagnosed with a concussion, closed head injury, head contusion. The police officer was diagnosed with a contusion of the soft tissues of the face on the right.
Inspection materials on this incident were sent to a special department for investigating crimes at high-security facilities and the Moscow Metro of the Investigative Committee Directorate.
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