Young Nikolaev pair stole cows and when "began to smell fried", decided to run away to Russia

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Staff of Novoodesky regional police station detained a young pair of cohabitants who within the last two years were engaged in cattle theft in the territory of. New Odessa and adjacent settlements.

The guy and the girl lived already long time together and, slowly to get married, brought up the general child. They had no permanent job therefore the young decided that the easiest way of earnings - theft of cows.

Cattle sold, and money halved - the part them went to the man to a pocket, and the second - on education and examination of the kid. Soon locals started suspecting what exactly this couple is involved in loss of cows. The young pair felt that punishment not far off, and decided to leave the Novoodesky area.

The guy got the counterfeit passport according to which he and decided to cross border of Ukraine with Russia. But frontier guards didn't allow to leave the country according to someone else's document to the man - him detained and told to employees of militia.

That the passport was counterfeit, was visible to the naked eye. Roughly cut out and pasted photo, the press on which, according to the detainee, was pressed through by the coin, roughly transported year of birth, data on children and relationship status.

At present concerning the girl the measure of restraint in the form of recognizance not to leave is chosen, and the man is in a temporary detention center. Guards the origin of the passport withdrawn from the guy becomes clear. The detainee explains that he found the document in a share taxi in Nikolaev, but it not its only version.

On this fact criminal case on h is brought. 3 Art. 185 of UK of Ukraine, are resolved an issue of initiation of legal proceedings for forgery, reports TsOS Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Nikolaev area.

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