Three people were detained in the Pleven region during a specialized police operation


Three people were detained in the Pleven region during a specialized police operation to combat crime and protect public order. This was announced by senior expert Mariana Tsvetkova, spokesperson of the Regional Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (OD of the Ministry of Internal Affairs) in Pleven. Six fast-track productions were established.
In the operation carried out yesterday, the forces of all regional administrations, criminal, economic, road and security police under the regional directorate and Zonal Gendarmerie Administration – Pleven were involved. They are assisted by employees of the State Forestry, the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency, the Regional Inspectorate for Environmental and Water Protection, the National Revenue Agency and the Regional Health Inspectorate.
During the action, 445 people and 241 motor vehicles were checked. Inspections were carried out at 11 points for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, six pawnshops, six car morgues, car repair shops and depots, 19 drinking and entertainment establishments, 32 commercial establishments. Six crimes related to drugs, illegally acquired wood, violations of the Road Traffic Act were registered in the district. 34 acts were drawn up for violations.
The materials from the inspections were reported to the District Prosecutor’s Office in Pleven.
For BTA, Tsvetkova specified that the specialized actions of the police in Plevensko continue according to plan. They are conducted by order of the Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and are aimed at effectively countering crime and ensuring a police presence in vulnerable areas. Ten days ago, during another specialized operation in the district, nine people were detained.

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