Urals: woman who verbally attacked Road Patrol Service officers faces criminal case
The Investigative Committee has initiated a check into the incident.
Investigators of the Sverdlovsk region initiated a check after receiving materials on 35-year-old resident of Yekaterinburg, Vladislava Blagodareva. The woman has already become infamous on the Web – the video showing her verbally attacking Road Patrol Service officers, who stopped her for her car’s tinted coating, has been widely spread online.
Now the businesswoman with BMW faces a criminal case. Which may be initiated following the check results.
In particular, the woman may be charged with Insult of a Representative of Power, the penalty for which provides for a fine of up to 40 thousand rubles ($600), or compulsory work for up to 360 hours, or correctional work up to a year. In addition, an administrative case for violation of the rules of car tinting, because of which the woman had been stopped by the police, has been initiated.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, the traffic police officers stopped Blagodareva driving her BMW X5 in the village of Pokrovsky near Kamensky-Uralsky. According to the police, the woman has many outstanding fines. Blagodareva told journalists that she had fallen victim to the traffic police officers, who had got her rattled.
Video: In Kamensky-Uralsky, driver swore at State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate officers
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