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Bialystok. The 35-year-old did not stop for inspection, he was chased by six police cars. It turned out that he was wanted

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Police gave chase to a 35-year-old passenger car driver who failed to stop for inspection. The man ran away through the streets of Bialystok. He was detained after six police cars were dispatched to the scene. It turned out that the 35-year-old was wanted to serve a sentence of one and a half years in prison.

On Tuesday (February 7), before 3 p.m., police officers from BiaƂystok wanted to stop a Renault driver who was driving along Upalna Street.

But he started running away. The chase has begun.

Six police cars were chasing himCollision Podlasie

Police: he was aggressive, his blood was taken for testing

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The driver drove into the neighborhood streets. He was stopped in a parking lot next to one of the blocks on Sikorskiego Street, where he hit one of the parked cars.

He was detained near one of the blocks on Sikorskiego Street Collision Podlasie

– Nobody’s hurt. The man was aggressive. His blood was taken for sobriety tests – says Staff Sergeant Malwina Trochimczuk from the Municipal Police Headquarters in Bialystok.

Read also: Lodz. Footage from the police chase. The driver abandoned the car, the policeman threatened to use a gun

It turned out that he was wanted

It turned out that the fugitive was a 35-year-old wanted to serve a sentence of one and a half years in prison for persistent harassment.

– Today (Wednesday – ed.) activities are being carried out with him – informs the policewoman.

He hit a car parked in the parking lot Collision Podlasie

According to the Penal Code, failure to stop for inspection is punishable by imprisonment from three months to five years.

Main photo source: Collision Podlasie



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