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Former director of Gymnasium Tymuk avoided jail after a drunken accident


Rokiskis Palace of the District Court in Panevėžys sentenced Mr Tymuk to four and a half years in prison on Friday, postponing the three-year term.

He was also banned from driving and confronting vehicles for three years.

According to Irma Gritėnienė, spokesperson for the Panevėžys Regional Court, BNS said that the fact that A. Tymuk voluntarily paid his relatives for the loss of his life was honestly acknowledged and condemned.

The fact that the former head of the school has done drunk murder under pressure has been recognized as an aggravating circumstance.

"The case does not contain data to suggest that she has a tendency to commit crimes, and the court considers that the purpose of the punishment can be achieved by imposing the imprisonment and delaying its execution," the spokesman said.

The accident occurred in November, November 27 in the Rokiskis district, on the Rokiškis-Maineva-Naujasodė. The passing car turned on a defective car, standing in front of the lane, near the roadside woman and her son, and drove.

A 45-year-old woman who suffered a serious injury was killed on the spot and her 22-year-old son was hurt more easily. He called the doctors and the police.

Police officers soon found a car accident in Seat Alhambra near Kamajai, Rokiškis district.

The cops saw a car sleeping on Tymuk, then a director of the Kamaj School, in a damaged car. It has a fertility rate of 1.93 promils, which is the average degree of fertility.

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