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Suspect in car theft arrested in Dzhankoy

CrimeaPRESS reports:

In Dzhankoy, the police received a message from a local resident that a VAZ car was driving along the road with traffic violations. Within half an hour after the message was received, the wanted car was installed and detained by the traffic police.

Seeing a car moving along the road, traffic police inspectors began to pursue. The VAZ driver had an aggressive driving style, which created an emergency situation on the road. After a short chase, the pursued vehicle was stopped.

The detainee was a 28-year-old local resident. The suspect told the police that after drinking alcohol, he had a desire to drive a car. So, passing through the village, he saw a car. The vehicle was not locked, which the attacker took advantage of— said the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Crimea.

The interrogating officer of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia «Dzhankoisky» initiated criminal cases on the grounds of a crime under Part 1 of Art. 166 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation — unlawful possession of a car without the purpose of theft (the sanction of the article provides for a maximum penalty of deprivation of freedom for up to five years) and Part 1 of Art. 264.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation — driving a car by a person in a state of intoxication, subjected to administrative punishment for driving while intoxicated (the sanction of the article provides for a maximum penalty of imprisonment for up to two years).

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