Transcarpathian police detained a separatist (PHOTOS)
This 38-year-old native of Luhansk region nicknamed "Separ" first fought for the "Luhansk People's Republic" and then wormed his way into one of the Ukrainian volunteer battalions. Later, he came to the "Silver Land" seeking "a quiet life", but on March 8 in the morning, he was found and arrested.
When the things started getting really tough, the Luhansk "Separ" came to Transcarpathia, rented a house in a quiet village in Uzhgorod district and paid for a year in advance. On the eighth of March, in the morning, as a result of elaborate operation, Transcarpathian police officers together with colleagues from Luhansk region arrested "Separ". The detention took place early in the morning on the road from the village where the criminal was riding in his own "Toyota".
The detainee was referred to the Criminal Investigation officers of Luhansk police for delivery to Luhansk region, where investigation will take place. The said person is suspected in a number of crimes, such as illegal imprisonment, robbery and others.
The chief of the regional police, Colonel Serhiy Sharanych commenting the incident said that Transcarpathia is a hospitable land for people of good conscience and intentions. However, various kinds of scum and gangsters do not belong here.
The investigation continues.
26 October 2016 14:15