Officers of the Road Patrol Service of the MIA of Russia Administration for Kolomna, on the patrol route, noticed a foreign car, whose driver repeatedly violated the rules of the road moving along the streets of the city. The offender did not react to lawful demands of police officers to stop the vehicle, and continued moving, in an attempt to escape.
During the chase, RPS inspectors instructed the nearest police squads. Officers of the police road patrol service to prevent tragic consequences decided to block the exit from the secondary road to the central roadway by a service car with switched on sound and light signals, to warn the driver of the need to stop and obey the legitimate demands of the police. The driver tried to drive past the police car without stopping and, as a result, collided with it, after which he was detained by law enforcers. The offender was a 53-year-old local resident with obvious signs of alcoholic intoxication.
With respect to the man, officers of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of the MIA of Russia Administration for failing to comply with the demand to stop the vehicle, violation of the rules for vehicle position on the carriageway, counter-crossing or overtaking and for driver's failure to comply with the request to pass a medical examination for intoxication, compiled administrative protocols under Articles 12.25, 12.15 and 12.26 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation.
In addition, for disobeying the lawful requirements of a police officer related to the implementation of his duties of protecting public order and ensuring public safety, a report was drawn up regarding the driver under Article 19.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation.
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