Lekić drove an official car with over a million alcohol in his blood, but he did not spend the night in a concrete mixer

According to the unofficial information of "Vijesti", Lekić was therefore not taken to OB Pljevlja nor detained until six o'clock as it is legally regulated.

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Milan Lekić, Photo: Municipality of Pljevlja
Milan Lekić, Photo: Municipality of Pljevlja
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The President of the Board of Directors of the Pljevlja Coal Mine, Milan Lekić, was stopped last night by the traffic police in Pljevlja, after which a breathalyzer test revealed that he was driving a car with more than a milliliter of alcohol in his blood.

Lekić was stopped by the traffic police a little after one hour after midnight, after which they tested him on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and found that he had more than the legal limit.

The Police Directorate told Vijesti that Lekić had 1,19 per thousand of alcohol in his blood during the breathalyzer test, and that he was driving the official car of the Uglja Mine.

According to unofficial information from "Vijesti", Lekić was therefore not taken to the OB Pljevlja nor detained until six o'clock as it is legally regulated.

The Law on Road Traffic Safety in Article 296 paragraph 1 stipulates that an authorized police officer, in accordance with the law regulating misdemeanors, may deprive a driver, young driver, novice driver or driving instructor of their freedom if the presence of alcohol in the body in a higher concentration has been determined of 1 g/kg.

During the internal investigation in the Police Directorate, it will be determined why Lekić did not spend the night in the "concrete mixer" of OB Pljevlja last night due to drunken driving.

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