Failure to comply with the alcohol test and assaulting the traffic police
Krong Pak district police, Dak Lak province said that the unit is investigating and handling two men who have violated the Road Traffic Law and opposed the traffic police force on duty.
Previously, on the evening of April 3, the Working Group of the Traffic Police Team of the Krong Pak District Police Department patrolled to ensure traffic order and safety in the area of Phuoc An town, Krong Pak district, Dak Lak province. While patrolling, the traffic police discovered a motorbike with control plate 47M1 – 786.73, driven by a man carrying another person without a helmet, so he ordered to stop for inspection.
At the time of inspection, the police discovered that both people in the car had a lot of yeast, so they asked to measure the alcohol content. Instead of complying, the driver of the vehicle left the car and left. The person sitting behind was about to take the motorbike to leave, so the traffic police stopped. This person turned to attack, causing a traffic policeman to injure his hand and face. During the chaos, the motorcycle “disappeared”.
Soon after, the Krong Pak district police strengthened their forces to bring the man who attacked the traffic police to the office.
Through work, this person declared that his name was Nguyen Dinh D. (the officer is working at the Military Command of Krong Pak district), and the driver of the vehicle that left is Le Ngoc Th., residing in Hoa Dong commune, Krong Pak district, Dak Lak province.
The lawsuit filed by Ms. Pham Thi Yen regarding the worshiping at Ba Vang Pagoda was rejected
Today (May 4), the People’s Court of Uong Bi city, Quang Ninh province opened a trial for the case of Ms. Pham Thi Yen who filed a lawsuit against the People’s Committee of Quang Trung ward (Uong Bi city) about requesting an annulment of the decision. The decision to sanction administrative violations of the Chairman of the People’s Committee of Quang Trung ward against Ms. Yen personally related to the “wrong family” worship at Ba Vang Pagoda.
Based on documents and records, the People’s Court of Uong Bi city decided to reject the entire petition of Ms. Pham Thi Yen.
Regarding the “unjustly worshiping the bondholder” incident that caused public outrage at Ba Vang Pagoda, on March 26, 2019, Chairman of Quang Trung Ward People’s Committee, Mr. Nguyen Phuc Quang, issued a decision to sanction Pham Thi Yen (SN 1970, residing in group 2b, zone 1, Hong Hai ward, Ha Long city) due to the act of taking advantage of the activity of “calling for spirits”, violating the rules cultural life.
Accordingly, Ms. Yen was fined 5 million VND. This sanction has applied aggravating circumstances because Ms. Yen has violated many times.
A young man in Hue was kidnapped for lack of debt
The Police Department of Hue City Police said that it had just issued a decision to prosecute the case, prosecute the accused, and arrest and hold Nguyen Thanh Long (SN 1994); Vo Dinh Son (SN 1994); Le Nhat Hoang (born in 1997, residing in Hue city) and Nguyen Thien Dat (born in 1998, residing in Phu Loc district, TT-Hue province) to investigate the act of “kidnapping to appropriate property”.
The initial investigation by the police said that at dawn on March 28, Phan Nhat Thanh (born in 1987, residing in An Tay ward, Hue city) went to coffee shop at 81 Cao Xuan Duc street, Vy Da do Long ward. master to gamble in the form of online gambling.
Here, Thanh lost more than 12 million dong but had no money, so he asked to borrow to pay, and was led away by Dat and Son (an employee of the restaurant – PV).
After going to many places to borrow money but no money, Long asked Dat and Son to lead Thanh back to the cafe.
At the cafe, Long asked Thanh to call his family to bring money to pay the debt and the subjects beat him.
At 6 am on the same day, Thanh’s family brought 4.5 million VND and 1 Exciter motorbike to hand over to Long, Thanh was allowed to return.
After taking Thanh to the emergency hospital, his relatives made a report of the incident to the police.
Investigate the fire that burned 2 hectares of pepper and cashew farmers’
The police of Chu Prong district, Gia Lai province are investigating and clarifying the cause of the burning of 2 hectares of pepper and cashew nuts of the people of Ia Boong commune.
Specifically, around 3pm on April 3, people discovered a fire in the swidden area in Kho village (Ia Boong commune, Chu Prong district) so they reported it to the Ia Boong Commune Police. When the police force arrived, the fire had spread in the area of more than 2 hectares of fields of 3 families.
Specifically, Mr. Nguyen Van Minh’s family has 300 pepper posts planted in 2014; 100 cashew trees, 50 Thai jackfruit trees planted in 2018; 30 avocado trees and 10 durian trees planted together in 2017 were destroyed by the fire. Mr. An Viet Nguyen’s family lost 300 cashew trees planted in 2017; An Viet Hung’s family lost 500 cashew trees planted in 2017.
The cause of the fire and damage are being investigated by authorities.