Police hid gang leader for iPhone
The deputy commander of a Kislovodsk traffic police platoon helped the criminal for two years.
The deputy commander of a Kislovodsk traffic police platoon hid his distant relative, the leader of the local gang, from the investigation for two years. This is reported by the local portal STAV.AIF.RU.
Moreover, the law enforcement officer kept the fugitive criminal, helping him to avoid detention. The policeman got a new iPhone for support.
However, the investigation succeeded in reaching the trace of the gang leader. The policeman who covered him was also detained and convicted under Abuse of Official Powers and sentenced to one year suspended with the deprivation of the right to work in the structure of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for a year and a half.
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