Ural hockey player knocked down Traffic Police inspector and disappeared
Yegor Alexandrin is hiding from law enforcement agencies.
The identity of the driver, who knocked down a policeman on the highway in the Chelyabinsk region, is established. As reported by Ura.ru, the culprit of the accident was 25-year-old hockey player Yegor Alexandrin, who played for the local amateur hockey team in the past.
Currently, Alexandrin is hiding from law enforcement agencies. The press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Chebarkulsky unit reported that the police are looking for Yegor Eduardovich Alexandrin, born in 1992. Young man is 165-170 cm in height, of athletic build, short hair, big nose and dark eyes.
An accident involving the hockey player occurred on September 30. While driving VAZ-2101, he did not comply with the traffic police inspector's demand for a stop and knocked the policeman standing on the roadway down, dragged him on the hood about 500 meters, after the car had stumbled onto the obstacle, Alexandrin disappeared from the scene. The traffic police officer suffered serious injuries and was taken to the Chebarkul hospital, he is still there. On this fact, the Investigative Committee of Chebarkul initiated a criminal case under part 2 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code (Use of Violence against a representative of the authorities). Since October 2, the driver of the car was put on the wanted list.
It turned out that Yegor Alexandrin was in favor of the hockey team Kolos of the Travnikovsky rural settlement in the past. He was awarded with the diplomas and prizes of the Chebarkul region Head and the local assembly of deputies for the victory in the regional championship among rural clubs.
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