Interior Minister of Ukraine Arsen Avakov intends to discuss the issue of patrol officer's Serhii Oliinyk beating in Lukianivskyi detention facility with Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko. Oliinyk is suspected of a murder of 17-year-old passenger of a BMW during pursuit in Kyiv on Feb. 7.
Patrol police officer Serhii Oliinyk, who had shot a man dead during the night pursuit on Feb. 7 in Kyiv, has been released under house arrest by a decision of the Appeal court of Kyiv city.
Patrol officer Serhii Oliinyk, who shot a passenger during a night chase in Kyiv on Feb. 7, had a fight with other convicts in Lukianivskyi detention facility.
Interior Minister Arsen Avakov suggested to take charge of patrol policeman Serhii Oliinyk, suspected of murder of the 17-year-old passenger of the BMW car the police was chasing after its driver violated traffic rules on Feb. 7.
The Head of the National Police of Ukraine deems the pretrial restriction imposed against BMW driver Rostyslav Khrapachevskyi, whose passenger has been gunned down by the police as a result of the night chase in Kyiv, to be unjust. The driver was released on his own recognizance.
National Police Main Department in Kyiv has served BMW driver Rostyslav Hrapachevskyi with a notice of suspicion of obstructing a patrol police officer.
The hearing of an appeal against the verdict of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv to detain patrol police officer Serhii Oliinyk suspected of killing a 17-year-old passenger of a BMW is scheduled for Feb. 25.
At an oath-taking ceremony attended by National Police officers in Vinnytsia, Khatia Dekanoidze, Ukraine's National Police chief, met with the public and thanked people for their support.
The prosecution is said to be partial, investigating a shooting incident in which police officer Serhii Oliinyk killed a passenger.
Police officer Serhii Oliinyk, who shot dead chased car passenger in Kyiv, tendered his resignation from the law enforcement agency several times during Euromaidan.
A rally in support of the National Police officer Serhii Oliinyk, taken into custody for two months by the Pechersk district court after he killed a passenger during a car chase in Kyiv on the night of Feb. 7, takes place on Sofiivska square in Kyiv today.
The driver of BMW, which was chased by the police in Kyiv, has not yet been served notice of suspicion for resisting a law enforcement officer.
On Sunday, Feb. 21, a rally against the decision of the Pechersk district court to detain patrol officer Serhii Oliinyk who fatally wounded a passenger of a BMW during night pursuit on Feb. 7 will take place at Sofiivska Square in Kyiv.
Apprehension and prosecution of police officer Serhii Oliinyk, who shot dead the passenger of the BMW during the night pursuit in Kyiv in early February, is punishment and attempt to discredit the new police.
National Police Head Khatia Dekanoidze was disappointed by the decision of the judge to take into custody the police officer who employed weapons in pursuit of the car in Kyiv on the night of Feb. 7. She also urged not to call anyone a murderer without court verdict.
The Pechersk district court of Kyiv has ordered pretrial detention until April 18 for patrol police officer Serhii Oliinyk, who shot dead the passenger of the car during its pursuit.
The defense of patrol police officer Serhii Oliinyk, suspected of the murder of the 17-year-old passenger of BMW during its pursuit in Kyiv on the night of Feb. 7, has appealed to the Pechersk district court to place him under house arrest with electronic ankle tracking device as a pre-trial restriction.
The prosecutor's office has served a suspicion notification on the patrol policeman who shot dead a BMW passenger in a recent night chase.