In the Kuzbass policeman “zakoshmarili” owner of tattoo parlor and seized his property for 80 thousand rubles
Investigators of the Kemerovo region has finished preliminary investigation on criminal case against the former guard of the order, which was threatened by the owner of an underground tattoo parlor. In the end, the victim gave him my equipment and money that the police were disposed of at their discretion.
Criminal punishment threatened to the man working as the driver of the patrol service of police of the city of Novokuznetsk, reports the official website of the regional Department of the RF IC.
According to investigators, an employee of PPP received from his friend the information that a local resident has paid services to the population in tattooing, without proper registration and license. The guard decided to use official position for personal gain.
“The defendant and his friends came to the salon, where the master dealt the final tattoo, the work received three thousand rubles,” – said in a press release. Then the policeman using his official position and reliably knowing that he has no right to draw up a Protocol on administrative offense, showed the business card of police officer: “did it quickly so it was not possible to remember the data”.
The malefactor was presented by the employee of the Department of economic security and combating corruption, as well as explained what just allegedly spent “control purchase”. Police also said that the equipment and raw materials used for illegal activities shall be withdrawn.
“The owner of the salon gave him all the property, valued at more than 83 thousand rubles, he also returned three thousand rubles, which previously received for the work”, – noted in the investigative Department.
Then an enterprising police officer and his buddy sold the equipment for tattooing, placing an ad on the Internet.
Meanwhile, the victim asked for clarification on the legality of the actions of a police officer in CFP own safety GU MVD of Russia across the Kemerovo region. In the future, we managed to establish the identity of the officer, the suspect in the crime.
A police officer was charged with part 3 of article 159 of the criminal code (“Fraud committed using his official position”). The defendant partially admitted his guilt. He also said that he owed the other a sum of money, resulting in “decided to help him return the money.”
Criminal case with the approved indictment was sent to court for consideration in essence.