In Russia, a police officer stole 30 thousand counterfeit rubles from a detainee and went shopping

The cashier of the wine and vodka shop, where the grief-stricken policeman was paying, found a counterfeit five-thousand-dollar bill at the cash register and turned to the police.The policeman has already been removed from the service / photo by REUTERSThe policeman has already been removed from the service / photo by REUTERS

In Novorossiysk, a police officer stole 30,000 counterfeit rubles from a detainee for an administrative offense and went to spend them.

This was reported by Komsomolskaya Pravda .

The cashier of the Novorossiysk wine and vodka store found a counterfeit five-thousand-dollar bill at the cash register and turned to the police. According to video surveillance cameras, law enforcement officers calculated a man who was paying with counterfeit money. He turned out to be an employee of a separate battalion of the police patrol service of the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Novorossiysk.

During interrogation, he said that on the night of August 28, he stole from the detainee 30 thousand rubles, which turned out to be fake. He later paid for them in several stores, eventually spending 25,000 counterfeit rubles. The remaining five thousand were confiscated from him during a search of his home.

The grief-stricken policeman has already been fired. An official inspection is scheduled for him. If the police officer’s guilt is confirmed, he will be released from the police and punished, and his superiors will be brought to severe disciplinary action.

We will remind, not so long ago in Saratov the  policeman raped the  18-year-old girl at the request of the friend. Shortly before the incident, the victim quarreled with a friend, and her friend asked someone to punish her somehow. The man appealed to his friend on duty at the police station. The policeman then called the girl to the detainees’ office and raped her.

(C)UNIAN 2021

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