Agency check against two traffic police officers scheduled in Shemysheyka
Penza, 19 December 2014. PenzaNews. Investigative department of internal security of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Penza region has begun an official investigation in relation to two traffic police officers from Shemysheyka who were caught with signs of drug intoxication.
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According to eyewitnesses, inadequate behavior demonstrated by police officers was noticed by the participants of an accident, when the traffic police arrived at the scene for accident registration, after which the information was forwarded to the local traffic police department.
As Olga Evdokimova, head of information and public relations department of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs, commented on the incident for PenzaNews agency, blood and urine tests of the officers showed no traces of drugs.
“Currently, the agency check continues,” the agency interlocutor added noting that the results will be announced later.
She noted that during the official investigation, the traffic police officers are temporarily suspended from duty.
Over one month passed since search of one-eyed cat with 20-thousand-ruble reward began in Penza
Search of the 8-year-old cat named Malyshka, which began in Penza over a month ago, has not succeeded so far, despite the fact that the promised reward amounts to 20 thousand rubles.
On Friday, December 19, the residents of several apartment buildings in Arbekovo again found leaflets about the lost pet. However, this time they were printed in color and on thicker glossier paper.
The leaflet reported that the animal has been seen around “Karavan” store on Prospekt Stroiteley Street and on Ladozhskaya Street, but they failed to bring it home.
“The signs are always the same to the smallest detail. Cat wanders not knowing what had happened to her and where her house is. Ordinary cat, plain gray “mouse” color, without spots, stripes on the legs, small (though 8 years old), responds to Malyshka,” the leaflet states.
The author makes a request to photograph the cat if it gets in the way, and send MMS with its image to the specified cell phone number.
“The finder gets a reward of 20 thousand rubles immediately and without further ado,” the leaflet emphasizes.
It also reminds that the cat has two significant features — no left eye and a protruding lower right fang.
“The money is spent for the search at an incredible pace, the leaflets alone for two leaflet batches should have cost 50 thousand, and the amount spent on the newspapers is hard to count. TV ad prices are unaffordable for us. We sold a car, half of the money has already been spent for the search. But we do not care about the money, we are just afraid that when it comes to an end, we wont know what to do,” the owner of a missing pet writes.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, the first leaflets about Malyshka appeared in Penza apartment buildings in November 2014.