Shooting was opened near the Optina Pustyn monastery by a serviceman who allegedly left the North Military District zone without permission.
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Shooting was opened near the Optina Pustyn monastery by a serviceman who allegedly left the North Military District zone without permission.

On the evening of June 12, a shooting incident occurred near the Vedeno Monastery of Optina Pustyn in the Kaluga region. The shooting was opened by 31-year-old serviceman Andrei D., who allegedly left the special military operation (SVO) zone without permission. In connection with the incident, the “Siren” plan was introduced in Kaluga and the surrounding area, and they searched for the escaped military man almost all night. This data is provided by Baza journalists.

According to Baza, Andrei D. stopped a car with two women near the monastery parking lot, armed with a machine gun. He ordered the women to get out of the car and hand him the keys. The serviceman fired into the air and into the ground, and one of the bullets, ricocheting off the asphalt, hit the thigh of one of the women.

The attack was recorded on the dash cam of another car, after which Andrei disappeared into the forest. A few hours later he was spotted in Kozelsk. The police tried to detain him by firing several warning shots, but the soldier managed to escape.

At about 2 a.m., doctors from the Kozelsk hospital contacted the police, saying that an unknown person in camouflage had knocked on the window and asked for syringes. The door was not opened for him, after which the man left. Andrei was detained by Russian Guard officers at about 5 a.m. in the area of ​​Chekhov Street. He offered no resistance during arrest. A Kalashnikov assault rifle and four magazines were found on him.

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