In the Omsk region police began checking media reports of a mass brawl of their colleagues during the celebration of the birthday in Kalachinsk. Until now, data about the conflict involving dozens of police officers were hiding, says “Omsk-the inform”.

Supposedly, the fight took place on 15 October during the celebration of the anniversary of one of the employees of Kalachinsk police Department. Late in the evening on Saturday on the website of the Moi in the region appeared the first message on this subject: “In connection with the placement in the media information about the incident in Kalachinsk district with the possible involvement of police, acting chief of the Moi of Russia in Omsk region, Colonel of justice, Love Aksenova assigned to conduct an inspection.”

“Omsk-inform” reports that the celebration in one of the dining rooms of Kalachinsk were about 60 guards. At some point between them there was a conflict that escalated into a mass brawl. Cops beat up each other, and inflicted great damage to the dining room, where the anniversary was celebrated, after killing it the dishes and breaking furniture.

The fight was such that the place of the accident, the police called their colleagues who were on duty. Together with the PPP outfit came and head of Kalachinsk police Department Michael Suitcases.

“Still it is not known why there was a conflict, because the information about the incident is carefully hidden, although it openly say all the locals,” says regional Agency.

Later on Sunday, the head of the press service of the regional Department Alexei Kuandykov TASS said that while media reports are not confirmed: “the Rumours about a mass fight in Omsk policemen in Kalachinsk district of the Omsk region is not true. The test shows that the information provided by local media, was not supported: the pogrom in the cafe was not, call the police not acted, the outfit did not come”.

In the Omsk region are investigating a mass brawl police officers who smashed a dining room 23.10.2016

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