Podolsk pensioner run over by drunk investigator: "It was on purpose"
Requests to impose a stricter preventive measure on Adnrey Vinogradov have been submitted to the Russian Investigative Committee and Prosecutor General’s Office.
Andrey Mishonov, lawyer of the daughter of the 79-year-old victim injured after being run over by drunk Andrey Vinogradov, said that the victim Valentina Safrenenko believes the police officer who was driving the Porsсhe knew exactly what he was doing.
It was the victim’s daughter who shared this information. She was recognized as the victim’s official representative. While conscious, her mother told her she saw the driver very well during the accident, she explained. He looked at her, smiling, the victim claimed.
Requests to re-qualify the drunk former investigator’s actions as “intentional infliction of a grave injury” and to impose stricter pre-trial restriction on him were submitted to the Russian Investigative Committee and Prosecutor General’s Office, according to Mishonov.
May we remind you that the accident occurred in the Polivanovo village (Podolsky District of the Moscow Region) on July 2. The 79-year-old Moscow resident was walking along the road. She flew almost 3 meters after being hit. The investigator fled after running over the victim. Witnesses called an ambulance. She was diagnosed with multiple bruises and fractures of pelvic bones. She is in intensive care unit now. The elderly woman is not able to walk anymore due to the injuries.
The woman flew 3 meters after being hit
The police soon found and arrested Vinogradov. He underwent a medical examination and was found to have 1.3 permille of alcohol in his blood. Neighbors later said Vinogradov would often race across the village.
The investigator was dismissed, as reported later by the Office of Public Affairs of the Russian MIA Main Moscow Region Department. A criminal case was opened against him for drunk driving. He is currently under house arrest.
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