October District Court of Mariupol sentenced Anatoly Vinogrodsky, the former commander of the 'Donbas' battalion to 60 days of arrest on November 27. 'Rukh Vyzvolennia', the non-governmental organization reported this at Facebook.
'Oleksy Tomilin, the judge of October District Court of Mariupol sent Anatoly Vinogrodsky, our activist and the second commander of 'Donbas' battalion to the pretrial detention center behind the closed doors', the message said.
The organization also added that Leonid Lytvynenko, the former soldier of 'OUN' battalion was also arrested for 60 days.
'Rukh Vyzvolennia' reported on the kidnapping of Anatoly Vinogrodsky, the former commander of 'Donbas' battalion on November 26. The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine claimed that he was not kidnapped but detained.
According to the organization, a volunteer of the OUN battalion Leonid Lytvynenko was also detained in Zhytomyr region at the same time. The communications department of National Police said that one of the former leaders of the Donbas battalion and the ex-volunteer of the armed group were detained for attacking a security guard of an enterprise in the Kirovohrad region.