In Moscow for a flagrant traffic violation, arrested the Manager “LUKOIL”, the street racers Mara Baghdasaryan held a witness in the case of races on a Gelandewagen in Moscow with the participation of the son of the Vice-President of “LUKOIL” Ruslan Shamsuarov. About this TASS said a source in law enforcement bodies.
According to the source RIA “Novosti”, Baghdasaryan was detained on Leninsky Prospekt for violation of Parking regulations. According to the interlocutor of Agency, at first the police gave my girlfriend an administrative fine for parked on the sidewalk the car, however during the inspection of documents found that her number 16 unpaid fines for traffic violations.
22-year-old woman was taken to the territorial police Department and notified of the turnout in the judicial sector, said the representative of the Metropolitan press-services gumvd.
Baghdasarian was a witness in “the case of race” on the Gelandewagen. For participation in the incident and the traffic violation she spent 10 days under administrative arrest. Baghdasaryan is also considered a culprit of the accident on Kutuzov Avenue in Moscow, which killed 18-year-old boy.
October 31 was arrested another member of the “races” Abduvahob madzhidov. On 1 November, the court sentenced him to 10 days of arrest for driving without a license and another five days for violating traffic rules.
The Gelandewagen incident occurred on may 22, 2016. Then the SUV without license plates, which belonged to Shamsuarov, a few hours went from police, violating traffic rules. Behind the wheel was a man Shamsuarov – Abdulwahab madzhidov. Young people, in spite of police persecution, made dangerous maneuvers, endangering the lives of road users.
Gagarinsky court of Moscow on 17 October sentenced the son of the Vice-President of “LUKOIL” Shamsuarov and his friend Victor Uskova to 300 hours of obligatory works. Madzhidov was previously also sentenced to obligatory works. SUV confiscated in favor of the state. The state prosecution asked the court to sentence young people to imprisonment ranging from two years and one month to two years and seven months.