Yakutsk Deputy prosecuted for drunken driving once again
In Yakutia, a 55-year-old official has come under investigation for drunk driving again.
Previously, he had already been deprived of his driving license.
The ICR in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) has initiated a criminal case against the 55-year-old Deputy of the Council of Tyungyulyunsky Nasleg municipal formation. The official is convicted of drunken Driving (Art. 264.1 of the Russian Criminal Code). In fact, he had been previously brought to administrative responsibility for the same offense.
According to investigation, in September 2014 the court adjudged this official guilty of an administrative offense under part 1 of Art. 12.8 of the Russian Code of Administrative Procedure (Driving a vehicle in a drunken state). Then the Deputy was sentenced to an administrative fine of 30 thousand rubles, and deprived of his driving license for 1 year 8 months.
On September this year the official again got behind the wheel in a drunken state, and set off on private business from the Tyungyulyu village to Nizhny Bestyakh village. Traffic police officers stopped his Toyota Corolla at 35 km of Kolyma route. During the examination, he admitted he was drunk.
Law enforcement officers are currently establishing all the circumstances of the offense and continuing to investigate this criminal case.
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