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Police detains a man for 'mining' of Ukrainian parliament

Source : 112 Ukraine

At the moment of the detention, a 'miner' was drunk
12:49, 16 March 2018

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The police detained a man in Kyiv due to the false message about the mining of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine as the press service of the National Police in Kyiv reported.

A man is a native of Donetsk region of the 1983 year of birth who lives in the capital during the last time.

'A call was made from the company phone and the man used this number at work. He is a native of Donetsk region of the 1983 year of birth who lives in the capital during the last time. At the moment of the detention he was drunk and explained his actions by a desire to share important information', the police said.

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Earlier a man called to the police office of the Pechersk Police Department and reported on the explosion that should take place in the building of the Verkhovna Rada. The crime scene investigation team, specialists of the explosive-engineering service, dog specialists and rescuers immediately came to the place.

After the check of the object, no suspicious items or explosives were found. However, soon the police established the place from where the call was made.

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The detained confessed during the negotiation with police that he had no intention to commit a crime but he wanted to provide the competent authority with the information that he knows. The investigators who opened the criminal proceeding check the veracity of his words.

The investigators of Pechersk Police Department included the information in the United register of pretrial investigations on the basis of the signs of the crime. A man is threatened with three years of the imprisonment.

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