In Sevastopol, a man made a brawl in Sevastopol
In one of the pawnshops of Sevastopol, a detachment of private security guards of the Russian Guard in the city of Sevastopol detained a Crimean who had repeatedly committed theft.
Late at night, the private security crew, who was on the patrol route, received an «Alarm» signal from a guarded facility. The administrator of the establishment turned to the law enforcement officers who arrived at the scene and said that the unknown person tried to hand over a cell phone to a pawnshop, for which he did not have the relevant documents. At the request to provide the necessary documentation for the means of communication, as well as an identity document, the visitor began to behave aggressively, threatening and shouting obscene words, and then began to make attempts to break first the entrance door of the establishment, and then climb into the pawnshop through the reception window in this doors. The pawnshop employee pressed the panic button and called private security— noted in the press service of the Main Directorate of the Russian Guard in the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Sevastopol).
The detainee turned out to be a native of the Republic of Crimea, born in 1977, it also turned out that he was repeatedly convicted of theft. For further investigation, the offender was taken to the nearest police station.
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