The court in Kharkiv arrested the probable accomplice of the invader out of luck
Ordzhonikidzevskiy district court of Kharkiv on Friday arrested a security Deposit in the amount of more than 6 thousand dollars Kharkiv Dmytro Mykhaylenko, which was in contact with seized a bus with hostages in luck Maxim Krivoshein, reported the press Secretary of the Kharkiv regional Prosecutor's office Dmitry Chubenko.
Earlier, the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said that one of the accomplices Krivosha seized a bus with hostages, arrested a few hours ago in Kharkiv. They have, according to Avakov, was contacts. The press service of the regional Department of the national police reported that the detainee in Kharkov, a man who, presumably, is an accomplice Krivosha, agreed to cooperate with the investigation.
"The decision of the Ordzhonikidze district court remanded Kharkiv that had contact with the person who seized hostages in luck. It elected a measure of restraint in form of detention for 60 days with a right of Deposit in the amount of 175,760 hryvnia (more than 6 thousand dollars - ed.)", - quotes Chubenko Agency UNN.
On Tuesday, the twice convicted Maxim Compressor in the center of the Ukrainian Lutsk took the bus, where there were 13 passengers, and if he had explosives and weapons. According to militiamen, the malefactor has put forward the General requirements and stated dissatisfaction with the system, demanded, in particular, to the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has recorded a video message urging to watch the movie "Earthlings". After negotiations that lasted more than ten hours, Zelensky has done, then managed to free all the hostages that were in the bus, no one was hurt. The man was detained.
The security service of Ukraine has described the hostage situation as a terrorist attack, and the interior Ministry brought another criminal case under three articles: the taking of hostages, infringement of life of police officer and unlawful use of a weapon. Deputy Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko said that the detainee could face life imprisonment.