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VLADIVOSTOK, November 9 (Itar-Tass) — A man, who opened fire at the police in the Primorsky settlement Vedenka, is being treated by the psychiatrist, abuses alcohol and drugs. He was brought to criminal responsibility twice, the main territorial police department told Itar-Tass on Friday.
“The inquiry was scheduled, upon the results of which the criminal materials will be passed in the investigation department in the Dalnerechensky district to open a criminal case,” the police department said.
A call came from a woman in the village Vedenka in the police alert force overnight to Friday that her 37-year-old neighbour is listening to a loud music. The police patrol was dispatched to the incident site. The offender refused to open the door to the police, but turned off the music.
A police patrol and a district police officer went to the debaucher again on Friday morning. In reply to the demand to open the door the man opened the fire from the rifle through the door and has made a shot from the balcony.
The police have fenced off the incident site. The psychologists arrived at the incident site and talked the offender into throwing a rifle from the balcony and leaving the flat.
The man was brought to the police alert force.