The head of department of a criminal investigation department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kiev on the way to service traded in heroin

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The service of internal security of Head department on fight against organized crime of the Ministry of Internal Affairs together with the Prosecutor General's Office detained the deputy chief of department of Criminal office of General Directorate of Ministry of Internal Affairs in Kiev, the militia lieutenant colonel who is suspected of sale wholesale and retail heroin solution.

The press is told about it - services GUBOP Ministries of Internal Affairs in the message.

The other day the staff of Service of internal security in Kiev on Harkovskoye Highway carried out expeditious purchase of solution of heroin to install the channel of intake of drug, the person involved thus didn't detain.

In some days during repeated purchase of drug law enforcement officers detained the drug dealer who, according to the message, is militia lieutenant colonel.

During operation other participants involved in drug traffic were detained also.

According to the message, the detained militiaman before going for work, took with himself heroin and on the road marketed to his small wholesalers who were waited already by potential buyers - addicts.

The Prosecutor General's Office brought criminal case on the crime signs, provided part 2 of article 307 of the Criminal code (illegal production, acquisition, storage or sale of drugs).

Detainees are under arrest according to the sanction of Pechersky district court of Kiev.

As it was already reported, in February the staff of Service of internal security of Head department on fight against organized crime of the Ministry of Internal Affairs together with prosecutor's office of Kiev region detained the senior operative of Security service of Ukraine on suspicion in sale of 6 g of marihuana in Kiev region.

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