Almost 4 dozen drunken drivers were detained for a week by the traffic police of the Novgorod region – Veliky Novgorod “Novgorod” newspaper

The past week was fruitful for the employees of the State Traffic Inspectorate of the Novgorod region – 6078 traffic violations were stopped. In relation to drivers who did not give way to pedestrians, 51 orders were issued for bringing to administrative responsibility and 81 in relation to drivers who violated the rules of coloring.

According to the UGIBDD UMVD of the region, among the violations of traffic rules, 36 facts of driving vehicles by drivers without a license were revealed, the traffic police brought to administrative responsibility 14 drivers who violated the rules for transporting children.

39 drivers have been removed from the management of motor vehicles, who admitted driving while intoxicated or refused to undergo a medical examination. Of these, the department specifies, 8 offenders sat behind the wheel again drunk.

One of these cases happened in the village of Kulotino, Okulovsky District. On Pionerskaya Street, traffic inspectors detained the driver of a GAZ-3110 car – in addition to the fact that a 40-year-old man was in an intoxicated state (0.36 mg / l of exhaled air at a permissible alcohol level of 0.16 mg / l) , has never had the right to drive a motor vehicle. At the same time, this citizen has been repeatedly brought to administrative and criminal responsibility for driving while intoxicated earlier. In January of this year, for the last act of driving while intoxicated, he was sentenced to imprisonment for a period of 7 months with disqualification from driving a motor vehicle for 2 years. Currently, for the fifth time, the question of initiating a criminal case for a crime under Article 264.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation is being decided against the motorist.

Also, the facts of repeated driving while intoxicated last week were registered in Veliky Novgorod, Krestetsky, Parfinsky and Borovichi districts.

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