According to him, the court granted the petition of the Prosecutor General's Office and changed the pre-trial restriction for the defendant Dec. 2.
The court prohibited him leaving the place of residence in Sumy between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. The court also obliged him to arrive to the investigator and the judge upon the first request as well as hand over his passport. The suspect was as well obliged to wear an electronic monitoring device and refrain from communicating with former officers of Kharkiv Berkut.
The ruling is valid through Feb. 2, 2016.
Lukash was the commander of the Kharkiv Berkut Company and the deputy head of the Sumy police.