Police establishes all circumstances of death of the parliamentarian Anton Polyakov. In particular, law enforcement officers established that the evening before his death, Polyakov was with his acquaintance Ruslan Dzhambulatov. Kyiv Police Chief Ivan Vyhivsky announced that during a briefing.
According to the police, in the evening Polyakov together with his acquaintance Ruslan Dzhambulatov went out to one of entertainment establishments of Kyiv where he drank alcohol. According to Vyhivsky, Dzhabulatov did not drink, and in Polyakov's blood there was about 1 ppm of alcohol.
"After that, they got into the car of this citizen [Dzhambulatov] and drove around Kyiv. The acquaintance offered the victim to go to his place of residence, but due to domestic problems, quarrels with his cohabitant, he did not want to go, and so they drove all over Kyiv for an hour and a half," Vyhivsky said.
Then, according to the chief of Kyiv police, Dzhambulatov suggested to Polyakov to call a taxi and to go home, which he did. When the taxi violated traffic rules, it was stopped by patrolmen who found the parliamentarian in a bad condition. After that, policemen called an ambulance and tried to help Polyakov themselves.
Vyhivsky added that the ambulance crew carried out resuscitation measures, but they failed to save Polyakov. He died at the scene.
The police also reported that in the case of death of Anton Polyakov, several versions are considered, including poisoning.
As we reported, Polyakov, the Ukrainian MP was found dead in Kyiv on Friday morning. Press office of the National Police of Ukraine reported that on October 8.
You can read more about who Polyakov is and what is known about the causes and circumstances of his death HERE.