What do you know about fierce competition in the drinking water industry? Arson in Belogorsky district
In the Belogorsk region of Crimea, police identified the man who set fire to a drinking water vending machine. He turned out to be a resident of Tomsk.
A man, while near an apartment building located in the city of Belogorsk, deliberately, out of competition, set fire to a water pump, thereby causing significant material damage to a local resident in the amount of more than 180 thousand rubles. The suspect admitted his guilt and repented of his crime— reported the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea.
According to Part 2 of Art. 167 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Deliberate destruction or damage to someone else’s property, committed out of hooligan motives, by arson, explosion or other generally dangerous method), a criminal case has been initiated. The sanction of the article provides for a maximum punishment in the form of forced labor for a term of up to five years or imprisonment for the same period.
Photo: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea.