A high-rank official in a secondary school in Kyiv appeared to have committed several crimes while in office. The man who held the position of a deputy principal was busted with faking documents, as well as illegal storage of ammunition and drugs. The city hall administration reported that on Wednesday, May 30.
As the law enforcers conducted searches in his office, they found a fuse assembly, some psychotropic substance, a device designed to shoot rubber bullets and the ammunition for it.
'On May 29, the detainee used a faked document from Kyiv city hall, tried to infiltrate the office of the school principal and take control over the financial activity of the education facility', the city hall administration reported.
Both the convict and the said principal will be sacked.
The school's perimeter is currently guarded by the police and the city hall representatives.