In Nikolayevshchina minor drunk friends stole saplings from the grandmother to change them for vodka

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In a call center of May Day GO Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs with the statement the inhabitant of the area addressed. He reported that at it 120 pieces of saplings of fruit-trees are stolen from a personal plot.

It was during the investigation established that the minor fellow villager Maxim earlier condemned for thefts who also the pole to everything is on the account at the psychiatrist was the malefactor.

The idea to steal saplings came to the guy after the general drinking of alcoholic drinks with the companion Alexander to whom he came about the 7th o'clock in the morning. "Feast" proceeded till 15:00 and then was to drink already anything, and money for vodka didn't suffice. Maxim decided to look an easy mark. He remembered that the grandmother of one more his companion Nikolay lives in the neighbourhood with the man who grows up and sells saplings of trees, Nadezhda Shuyenko, the assistant to the chief of May Day GO Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area on WITH and mass media reports.

With thought to change young trees for vodka, it went to Nikolay and instigated it on a crime. Then, without reflecting, being in an alcohol intoxication, they got through a fence which borders on a household of the victim and started extending hardly prikopanny saplings from the earth and to throw out to the yard of the grandmother. Behind this occupation they were found by the owner who at that time arrived home on the car. Children started running away, behind them the owner who and caused then militia ran also. Before guards careless neighbors confessed in everything.

The investigative office of May Day MV of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs on this fact brought criminal case.

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