DNR militant sprays tear gas in face of police officer in Mariupol

Source : 112 Ukraine

The police officer has a first degree chemical burn of the mucous membrane and cornea of first degree
09:30, 15 December 2018
112 Agency

"DNR" militant was detained in Mariupol for using tear gas against a police officer, reports the Prosecutor’s office in Donetsk region. 

‘The pre-trial investigation established that on December 11, a 27-year-old resident of Mariupol pushed one of the policemen to the chest area and sprayed a tear gas in his face, while he was maintaining public order. The spray caused a burn of the mucous membrane and cornea of the first degree,’ reads the message. 

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As of now, the perpetrator is served with charge papers of having committed the alleged offense. He is elected a preventive measure of remand in custody. The pre-investigation is carrying on, as the suspect is kept in Mariupol remand center. 

The Prosecutor's office has also reported that judicial proceeding on the charges of the abovementioned citizen in participation in the illegal armed formations of the “DNR” terrorist organization is underway in Maryinsky District Court in Donetsk region. 

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In May 2018, the defendant was released from custody by a court order; a preventive measure in the form of house arrest was chosen. The prosecutor's office filed a petition with the court for the election of the measure of restraint in the form of detention in the specified criminal proceeding,’ reads the message. 

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