Police involved in drunken driving-gambling-drug party… The screw fell out in the midst of security insecurity

While an incumbent police officer fell to his death from a residential-commercial apartment complex in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, it was revealed that the group he was with used drugs as a group. As the weapon riot continued, Police Commissioner Yoon Hee-geun declared an indefinite special security activity on the 4th, but after that, drunk driving and sexual misconduct continued all over the country, and finally, it was found that an incumbent police officer was present at the scene of ‘group drug administration’.

● Police “Conversion of all party members to drug control law suspects”

The Yongsan Police Station in Seoul announced on the 29th that an autopsy was performed on a 30-year-old police officer A (30) belonging to the Gangwon Provincial Police Agency who died after falling from the 14th floor of a residential-commercial complex at around 5:00 am on the 28th. It means that Mr. A died as a result of the physical shock inflicted during the fall. A police official said, “The damage caused by the fall is severe, so it is difficult to confirm whether there was an assault before the fall.”

However, 5 out of 7 men who were with Mr. A in the apartment right before he fell and died tested positive for drugs such as ecstasy, methamphetamine, and ketamine. The other two refused to take a urine test, so it could not be confirmed whether they were taking drugs메이저놀이터. The police plan to turn all seven people into suspects for violating the Narcotics Control Act, and to determine whether or not they took drugs through detailed examinations for the two who refused to be tested. They are said to have stated in the police investigation to the effect that “Mr.

They claimed, “We met at a sports club meeting, including Mr. A.” The police confiscated syringes and pills presumed to be narcotics from the apartment where one of the party lived, and are examining the ingredients in detail. It was also confirmed that there were additional meeting attendees in addition to the seven people booked. A police official said, “We are calling in additional attendees to investigate whether or not drugs were used.”

Nearby residents testified that “there was often loud music in the apartment.” A nearby resident, Mr. B, said, “Every night until 2 or 3 am, I heard loud sounds like club music.” Three or four times a week, delivery boxes of soda and groceries were piled up in front of the house.”

● Drunk driving and quasi-rape during the special security periodOn the 3rd, the day after the vehicle and weapon rampage at Seohyeon Station, Commissioner Yoon declared special security activities. However, even after that, various misconduct by an incumbent police officer was caught one after another.

A police officer belonging to the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency was charged with taking his colleague to a motel in Jongno-gu, Seoul and having sex without consent (quasi-rape) on the 8th, and was immediately placed on standby.

On the 11th, when the Seoul police were on ‘Eulho emergency’ (mobilizing half of the available police force) because of Typhoon ‘Kanun’, the Seoul Suseo Police Department Inspector caused an accident while driving while drinking. This sergeant was intoxicated with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.1% or higher, which exceeded the license revocation standard (0.08%). On the same day, Seoul Gangnam Police Station Superintendent was caught at the site of an illegal massage parlor in Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, and the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency Traffic Division Inspector was also caught on suspicion of illegal gambling in the Hold Dum Bar crackdown.

On the 25th, in Jeju, a police officer belonging to the Jeju Police Agency was driving while drunk, crossed the center line, drove into the sidewalk, and crashed into the outer wall of a building. After that, he ran in reverse and ran for about 4 km before being caught. Kwak Dae-kyung, a professor at the College of Police and Justice at Dongguk University, pointed out, “To prevent a recurrence of misconduct, continuous education on police professional ethics and an improvement in the easy-going organizational culture are necessary.”

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