30/12/2011 - Estudante foge para não pagar programa a rapaz e acaba preso

 

O estudante R. K., 27 anos, foi detido na madrugada desta sexta-feira (30) após dirigir em alta velocidade e quase bater em uma viatura da Polícia Militar. Conforme o boletim de ocorrência, ele havia acabado de sair de um motel sem pagar ao rapaz que o acompanhava.
 
A polícia teria sido surpreendida pelo suspeito dirigindo em alta velocidade no bairro Jardim Potiguar, em Várzea Grande. O estudante teria se recusado a parar mesmo após sinalização da viatura. Os policiais acreditam que ele estava embriagado.
 
Para tentar impedir a fuga do estudante os policiais atiraram no pneu do carro, segundo consta no boletim de ocorrência. No momento em que era realizada a abordagem, um jovem de 20 anos chegou ao local e disse que Roberto fugiu do motel em que estavam sem pagar R$ 50 reais combinados pelo programa.
 
R. se recusou a fazer o teste do bafômetro. Ele foi detido por direção perigosa e encaminhado para a Central de Flagrantes de Várzea Grande.
 
 
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