Serpukhov: drunk MIA employee got killed two pedestrians
As judged by Anastasia Bulgakova's photos from bars and clubs, alcoholic libations are not uncommon for her.
An employee of the MIA Serpukhov Investigation Department Anastasia Bulgakova, who caused an accident with two victims, will be fired from the bodies of internal affairs, the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Moscow region reported.
In the evening on December 11, Lieutenant Bulgakova, driving while intoxicated on Hyundai Sonata car, hit two pedestrians on 2nd Moskovsky street in Serpukhov. From injuries man and woman died on the spot.
Meanwhile, as judged by Anastasia Bulgakova's photos from bars and clubs, alcoholic libations are not uncommon for her
Upon the fact of the incident the MID ICR in Serpukhov opened a criminal case under part 5 of Art. 264 of the Criminal Code.
Lieutenant Bulgakova is detained. In the regional MIA it is reported that the culprit of the accident will be fired from the law enforcement bodies on the negative reasons, and her direct management will suffer a penalty.
Accountant of psychoneurological dispensary governed by wife of Nizhnevartovsk Mayor locked up in mental health institution. She could be aware of financial frauds
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