Student involved in accident to be investigated for black money

A student who was involved in a catastrophic accident that happened in Lefkosa at the weekend, causing a damage of over 193, thousand TL is to be investigated for black money after paying for damages without blinking an eye.

The suspect who was ordered to remain in police detention for 3 days following the incident was brought to court again on Thursday.

This time, an order was given to initiate a black money investigation against the suspect, who covered the damage of 85 thousand TL of a workplace and on the street.

The suspect was arrested on Saturday, June, 5 following a devastating accident that happened on Bolu Road, Küçük Kaymaklı, Lefkosa.  

Police in it's report said the 26-year-old who was high on 50 mlg of alcohol was driving at an extreme speed when he lost control of the vehicle at a street junction which made the vehicle to leave the road and hit a roadside lamppost, then crashed onto a wall of a shop on the street before coming to a stop after hitting another parked car on the sidewalk and a tree next to it. Police said the suspect left the scene of the accident but was caught few hours later and taken to the hospital for treatment at his request. He was arrested afterwards and placed in central police station.

Police said he was driving with a student license.

Speaking in court on Thursday, the police said that there was an estimated damage of 85 thousand TL to the workplaces and 150 thousand TL to the vehicle he was driving. 

Police said that the suspect compensated for the damage of 85 thousand TL, and that his friend, who owns the car, did not complain.  

Police stated that the investigation was completed and demanded that the suspect who has a student status in the country be bound by a security that the court deems appropriate.

Judge Temay Sağer banned the suspects from going abroad until they were tried, and ordered them to be tried in the future on the condition that they deposit 40 thousand TL in cash, and that they are present to the police once a week.

The judge also ordered the launch of a black money investigation into how the suspect got the money for the repairs of damaged properties.

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