American of Ukrainian origin Bohdan Vechirko, the man who drove the gas tank truck that ran over a crowd of protesters near Minneapolis now walks free. He was released from custody without any charges placed against him, Voice of America reported.
"Bohdan Vechirko has been released from custody on Thursday, without any charges imposed. However, the law enforcers state that the investigation carries on", reads the article.
35-year-old American of Ukrainian origin was arrested as a suspect in an assault.
There's a regulation, according to which, a suspect must be released from custody within 36 hours unless law enforcers press official charges. In Vechirko's case, this period was over, so the man was set free. Attorneys still can charge Vechirko later if they find enough proof of his guilt.