This was announced by Crimea resident Lilia Osmanova on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
Osmanova wrote that law enforcers detained men from the family where they conducted the raid.
The law enforcers acted rudely and scared the children in the house.
"The raid in Bilohirsk district is over. All men from the family have been taken away. They also wanted to take a sister but then changed their mind. Said they would summon her for questioning. The kids are scared. [The law enforcers] acted rudely and threatened women. They also banned them from using cell phones and communicating information," Osmanova wrote.
In the morning of Aug. 10, Russian law enforcers blocked a street in Novoklenove village, Bilohirsk district of Crimea. The raid was reported by Mejlis head Refat Chubarov.
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