Supporters of Umar Dzhabrailov gathering near police department
People say they sympathize with the businessman and came to support him.
In the hotel room of Chechen millionaire Umar Dzhabrailov an unknown powder was discovered, a source in the Interior Ministry told
RBC. According to the edition, it was already sent for examination. According to Mash, after the ex-Senator's detention, accompanied by the police, he was taken to a medical examination, where he had drugs and other prohibited substances test.
At the moment he is kept in the Kitay-Gorod police department (PD). Earlier, an ambulance arrived on call, as the Chechen oligarch complained of toothache and insomnia. He was provided with the necessary assistance, but was not hospitalized.
Meanwhile, supporters of Dzhabrailov began to gather near the PD building. One of them, with a long beard, said that he sympathizes with the businessman and came to support him,
MK writes. Only citizens residing in the subordinated territory are allowed to enter the department.
Recall, the night before, Umar Dzhabrailov shot in a hotel room Four Seasons in the center of Moscow. According to some reports, the Chechen millionaire took out a gun after the dinner was brought to the room by a cleaning lady, not a waiter. He told arrived police unit: "I’m not giving in without a fight." As a result, Dzhabrailov was persuaded to surrender the weapon and detained. He shot from the award pistol Yarygin, for which he has the appropriate permission. It was also found out that in number 633, in which bullet holes were discovered, Dzhabrailov was allegedly not registered.
Upon the fact the criminal case under Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of Russian Federation (Hooliganism) was initiated.
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