A Russian law enforcement officer, who was suspected of hitting with his car and killing an Armenian woman in Pyatigorsk City, is set free.
Karine Galoyan, 50, died on Wednesday morning. The vehicle that hit her—and which belongs to Valery Kopchuk, an investigator at Pyatigorsk’s Department of Internal Affairs—was traveling at high speed, and it subsequently hit the woman, Life News informs.
The police officer was released, because the investigators are unable to prove whether he was the one behind the car’s steering wheel when the accident occurred.
And the suspect claims he does not know who actually was driving the automobile at the time of the incident.